Special Diet - Created Date : 18.10.2019
15 Minutes Prawn Fra Diavolo with Zucchini Pumpkin
Need a rush dinner? Dinner cannot be faster than this simple Shrimp Fra Diavolo recipe! When a pumpkin is served in a zoodles bed, you cannot beat this low-carb meal.
This Italian shrimp recipe takes only 15 minutes from start to finish!
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This fast and easy shrimp fra diavolo recipe will dedicate all the busy families there. You know who you are ği your children are doing sports, doing activities and then rushing to have dinner at the table. You need dinner as soon as possible.
Kids love shrimp. Protein content is high and you can taste it in many ways. This simple Italian shrimp recipe is ready in just 15 minutes! "
I can't tell you how excited I was to find the Green Giant Veggie Spirals (aka zoodles) in the frozen section of my local Walmart! (I was more excited to have only 100% vegetable in this vegetable spiral product in no preservatives, salt or oil!)
I'm gonna tell you it's a poodle making machine, but I rarely use it. Big and bulky and hiding in the garage. I think he's out of sight. Now I know I can get a ransom, dinner made easier.
Our children love their gluten-free pasta, but Mr. Fearless Dining and I don't need all the carbohydrates. "
Fortunately, we can use these Green Giant Vegetable Spirals instead of pasta! These vegetarian spirals have 90% less calories than pasta!
What is Fra Diavolo?
Fra diavolo is one of my favorite Italian sauces. Add a simple tomato sauce, but crushed red pepper to make it a bit spicy.
Here I made the full description, the sauce on the non-spicy side. My children don't like too much heat SE I know your spicy LOVE is strange! Warmer better!
I'm preparing the sauce, then add more crushed red pepper to my plate :-). In this way, everyone is happy.
Fra Diavolo Sauce
First, a little olive oil in a pan with onions and garlic.
I added fresh tomato sauce and cube chopped tomatoes, and I added plenty of fresh basil and some red pepper. I covered them all, I turned the pan off and cooked it over a low fire.
Then add the dissolved shrimps. (Don't forget to drain the water after thawing. You just want to add the shrimps into the pan.)
The materials you need for this recipe are:
Green Giant Pumpkin or Carrot Spirals.
Cooked frozen shrimp, thawed and drained.
A canned tomato sauce (not spaghetti sauce)
Someone can chop tomatoes.
Garlic, basil, crushed red pepper, salt and peppercorns.
You can see from the ingredients, you don't need to use many fancy materials to prepare a healthy dinner. Dipolo sauce uses only five ingredients together with salt and pepper!
All you have to do is to place the packaging in the microwave to prepare the spirals. Special packaging is done for this purpose. Place the package in a microwave oven and cook according to the instructions of the packaging.
When the vegetable spirals are finished, open slowly to allow the steam to escape.
You will want to drain the water in the sink. Be careful because the water is hot. Now your noodles / spirals with vegetables are ready!
I've never done the Shrimp Fra Diavlo, although one of my wife's favorites. I have to give it a try. And I didn't know the herbal spirals were frozen! Thanks for your head.
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