The original recipe called for a million ingredients and far too much prep work - slicing and dicing is not my thing. So instead I hit up Costco and did a little improvising. I bought the 3 lb. tub of Rojo's All Natural Pico de Gallo and saved myself about 45 minutes. Unfortunately I don't have the original recipe so I can't tell you exact measurements if you opt to make the Pico from scratch. If you decide to put yourself through such a daunting task, make sure the Pico is super chunky with added cilantro. Unfortunately I've never tried it with homemade Pico so I can't stand behind the end taste if you do go that route.
Shrimp Salsa Dip
Costco's 3 lb tub of Rojo's All Natural Pico de Gallo
1 can of frozen Limeade Concentrate
75-85 Shrimp - any size
Cut off shrimp tails
Dump the entire tub of Pico in a large bowl.
Mix 1/2 of the can of Limeade into the Pico.
Add the shrimp and stir together.
Let marinate in the refrigerator for 30+ minutes. It can be served on the spot but it's more flavorful if you give the juices time to soak inot the shrimp.
The zesty combination of the citrus with the saltiness of the salsa is indescribable. It's very light and not hot or spicy. I usually serve with slices of soft French Bread. I'll buy the long loaf and display the thinly sliced pieces around the base of the salsa bowl for a nice presentation. Guests will then spoon the shrimp salsa onto the bread - almost like a bruschetta. It can also be served with tortilla chips or on top of a toasted baquette.
If you wanted to serve this as a meal, you could easily scoop onto a tortilla with a dollop of sour cream. My mouth is watering just thinking about it. ENJOY!