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Sauteed Shrimp with Veggies over Quinoa

If you want an easy recipe that doesn’t lack in deliciousness this recipe is for you. This recipe takes probably a total of 20 minutes if you make it all right then, but if you do a little prep work the night before or at the beginning of the week, this meal could take you less than 10 minutes tops!

Trust me when I say I understand being busy. Who isn’t busy these days? I am not someone who spends an hour every single night making delicious gourmet dinners. Far from that. I am all about quick, easy, convenient, but definitely not boring meals! Healthy nutrient rich whole foods meals can not only taste fantastic but also be super simple if you find the right recipes and spend a little time thinking ahead.

And might I add, eating healthy makes your meals a lot prettier too? Your plate or bowl will be filled with so many more natural beautiful colors from nature when you incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your lifestyle.

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Here is the recipe. Make sure to read to the end to get my time saving tips.


Sauteed Shrimp with Veggies over Quinoa
Serves: 2
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  • 1 lb. large frozen shrimp
  • 1 tbsp. spice blend
  • 2-3 tbsp favorite fat (olive oil, coconut, or ghee)
  • kosher salt to taste
  • 1 small onion, thinly sliced or chopped
  • 1 large green bell pepper, chopped
  • ½ cup cherry tomatoes
  • 1 lime (I used a lemon in this picture b/c that's what I had, but tastes better with lime)
  1. Cook ½ a cup of quinoa according to the package directions
  2. While quinoa is cooking, place the dethawed and peeled shrimp in a bowl and sprinkle seasoning over them
  3. In a skillet on medium heat, add your fat, onions, and bell pepper and saute until soft
  4. Add the tomatoes and then cook them until they are nice and warm
  5. Remove your vegetables from the pan and place them aside in a bowl
  6. Saute the shrimp (about 2-3 minutes each side).
  7. When they are done, top ½ cup -1 cup quinoa with shrimp and vegetables and fresh squeezed lime juice


Time saving tips:

  • Cook your quinoa the night before or at the beginning of the week. If you make more than the recipe calls for it’s an easy side to add to other meals for added protein and nutrient density. Quinoa is a gluten free grain and one of the only grains that is a complete protein.
  • Chop up your onion and bell pepper ahead of time and store them in zip lock baggies in your fridge. This will save you time when it comes time to actually cooking the meal. All you have to do is pull them out and throw them on the skillet.
  • Don’t forget to set your shrimp out at least an hour before to let them dethaw! If you forget, place them in a bowl of warm water and they will dethaw in a couple of minutes.

Hope these tips help. You can do this for many other recipes as well. As long as you think ahead, cooking can be simple and easy. Enjoy the recipe!



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