Accept oohs and ahhs when your family tastes this garlicky shrimp and broccoli pasta dish—and all for just 20 minutes in the kitchen. March’s ritual of a day of sun followed by four days of rain, repeat, keeps my food hankerings in a tizzy. I made the Greek shrimp recipe last night and was pleased with the easy process. She believes that anyone can make amazing food with everyday ingredients, even if you’re short on time and cost conscious.
But my reality: I’m living in two places, the energy to cook wonderful and gorgeous meals = dwindling, and gray uncooked shrimp is actually very un-wonderful and un-gorgeous. Just be sure to heat it on high for at least 2 minutes before adding the shrimp.
Coconut milk adds sweetness and creaminess to this shrimp soup (use light coconut milk instead of regular to reduce fat and calories). Low carb recipes for EVERYONE wanting to eat healthier and heal their bodies from within, including sweets that are actually nutritious and won’t spike your blood glucose!
Add the shrimp back into the pan; sprinkle with the herbs and parsley, and stir through. Pour in the honey garlic marinade and cook until the shrimp is cooked through, about 1 minute more. Though it contains a high level of cholesterol, shrimp contains both omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids important for your brain and immune system health.
The star here, is, of course, the use of shredded cauliflower florets in lieu of traditional fried rice; it’s what makes this almost no-carb shrimp recipe such a natural addition to anyone’s low-carb diet plan. But because today was a cold and rainy spring day in Maine, I decided to make a warm and comforting baked lasagna instead.