How to Create a Delicious Canadian Arctic Shrimp Rainbow Salad?

Q: Can I use other types of shrimp for this salad?
A: Yes, while Canadian Arctic shrimp is preferred for its unique flavor and texture, you can substitute with other shrimp varieties.

Q: Is there a vegetarian alternative for the shrimp in this salad?
A: Yes, you can replace the shrimp with tofu or a mix of grilled vegetables for a vegetarian version.

Q: Can I prepare this salad in advance?
A: Yes, but it’s best to add the dressing just before serving to maintain freshness.

Canadian Arctic Shrimp Rainbow Salad


  • Canadian Arctic Shrimp, 200g
  • Mixed Vegetables, 100g
  • Blueberries, 10
  • Yellow Peach, 1
  • Cherry Tomatoes, 6
  • Quail Eggs, 6
  • Low-fat Salad Dressing, 25g
  • Spring Onions, Ginger, and Cooking Wine, as needed
  1. Thaw the Canadian Arctic Shrimp, which is caught from the icy waters of the North Atlantic and Arctic Ocean, and is frozen directly on large fishing vessels without being cooked.
  2. Blanch the thawed shrimp in a pot with spring onions, ginger, and cooking wine to remove any fishy taste.
  3. After boiling, remove the shrimp and cool them in cold water.
  4. Cut cherry tomatoes into wedges, dice the yellow peach, and peel and slice the boiled quail eggs.
  5. Arrange a bed of mixed vegetables on a large plate.
  6. Neatly place the Canadian Arctic shrimp on the vegetables, followed by the peach, quail eggs, tomatoes, and blueberries.
  7. Finally, drizzle with low-fat salad dressing to finish.
  • Rich in protein and omega-3 fatty acids from the shrimp.
  • Low in calories due to the use of low-fat dressing.
  • High in vitamins and antioxidants from the colorful fruits and vegetables.
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