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Easy Shrimp and Vegetables

Easy Shrimp and Vegetables
It's no secret that we love vegetables in our home, but what a great and refreshing 
way to add flavor, color, and texture to a dish by combining shrimp and vegetables. 
Did you know that by placing onions is the refrigerator you can avoid tearing up 
when chopping it?  Good to know for those of us that cook with lots of onions.
NOTE: For this recipe, you'll need to have your shrimp already cooked, so make 
sure you cook them before adding it to this dish.
In a pan add a tablespoon of olive oil,  add chopped garlic and cook until oil is hot.  
Add red onions, zucchini, and baby Bella mushrooms.  Make sure your mushrooms 
are rinsed.  Add salt and pepper to taste. While they cook for a minute, bring a pot of 
water to a boil, add 1/2 Tsp of salt to the water and add small potatoes.  I used 
a mixed bag of potatoes that contained, gold, red and blue/ purple small potatoes. 
Let it boil until tender.  Remove potatoes from heat and drain the water.  Set it aside.
recipe
After 2 minutes or so, add cooked shrimp to your vegetable mix.  Cook for another 
2 minutes make sure the vegetables are not overcooked but nice and tender.  
Then add your cooked potatoes to the mix.  Blend and serve.  You may add a side 
of corn on the cob and/ or avocado.
INGREDIENTS: (Serves 3)
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
2 Cloves of Garlic.
1/2 Red onion
1 Zucchini
3 cups Baby Bella Mushrooms
1 Bag of Cooked Shrimp
1 Bag of Small Potato Mix
Salt & Pepper
I hope that you enjoy this tasty meal, it's easy and fast.  
If you don't like mushrooms or other veggies, just replace them 
with your favorite veggies. 
What I love about this, is that you can even put them on a stick and grill them, 
they make great kabobs too.
Happy Cooking!


Linking to:
Sunday's Best#38
BBQ Link Party/Censationalgirl

6 comments :

  1. Hmm...that veggie and shrimp dish looks yummy. Love your posts. Take care.

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  2. I just pinned this. Oh my does it look yummy and healthy too! Will be trying this out! Following you back!

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  3. Your veggie and shrimp dish looks so yummy. Your photos are very good, I'm wishing I had some right now. Happy you shared the recipe! So glad you shared your creative inspiration over at Sunday's Best.

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  4. This is the best recipe I've come across in a long time! When you say a bag of shrimp & a bag of potatoes, about how much would that be? Thanks for this great recipe.

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    1. Hi Pam ella, Thank you for visiting! The bag I meant is the kind you find at your local supermarket. For the shrimp, it's located in the seafood refrigerator & for the potatoes, you may find it in the produce section. They have bagged potatoes and the ones you hand pick yourselves. Hope that helps.

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