Shrimp Bowl Recipe - Perfect Party Recipe
Easy weeknight dinners never looked so appealing! Check out our savory quinoa and shrimp party bowl. You'll find a melding of flavorful elements in this appetizing dish. It's simple to cook this homemade meal for lunch or dinner tonight.
Shrimp and quinoa are balanced out with green onions and cabbage. Our shrimp bowl is seasoned to taste. Add a little more or a little less depending on your palate.
You might also want to try our Chicken Enchilada Bake, our Black Bean Enchiladas, and our Blackened Grilled Chicken.
Weeknights can be so busy, which is why it is good to have many healthy recipes to choose from when its time to decide on a meal plan for the week.
We like to mix things up and don't often eat the same recipes week after week--although we do have those that we eat more frequently.
When it comes to finding healthy recipes to eat that everyone in our family approves of, meal planning can get complicated. Sitting down with a meal planner and working through lists and recipes is the best way to plan out a week or month's worth of meals.
For your shopping convenience, here are some of the items needed for this recipe:
quinoa, Tabasco sauce, olive oil, salt, pepper, lime juice
Shrimp Party Bowl
- Mix the shrimps, Tabasco sauce, lime juice, pepper, and olive oil in a bowl.
- Set a saucepan over medium-high, and cook the shrimps for 2 minutes on each side until they turn into a pink color.
- Fill one part of the bowl with the quinoa, red cabbage, green onions, and grilled shrimps.
- Serve and enjoy.
Instead of olive oil, a mix of butter and garlic and be used to cook the shrimp to give it even more flavor.
I was wondering if you could use some other kind of meat in place of the shrimp? I can not have any kind of fish anymore. Thank you for your time, Happy New Year to you and your family and I hope to hear from you very soon.
Sure! you could use anything really- chicken or beef would be great.