🍤 Summer Shrimp Slaw

A cool, refreshing mix of shrimp and broccoli slaw to jumpstart your summer tastebuds!

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Ingredients:

  • frozen shrimp
  • broccoli slaw
  • plain Greek yogurt
  • avocado
  • lime
  • dill
  • garlic
  • sea salt
  • paprika
  • olive oil

Defrost shrimp. Scoop out plain Greek yogurt into a large bowl. Chop dill and cut avocado into cubes; mix both into yogurt. Put in fridge to maintain coolness (optional).

Place pan on burner and turn on high heat. Wait a few minutes. Toss in a handful of sea salt, followed by defrosted shrimp. Top with chopped garlic and paprika. Continue cooking until shrimp becomes pink (do not turn over yet).

*Before applying olive oil, open/crack all nearest windows and outside doors nearest to kitchen. It’s about to get smokey!

Pour about two tablespoons of olive oil into frying pan of shrimp and continue cooking for a minute to gain crispiness. Squirt with lime.

Dump broccoli slaw into the large bowl of the yogurt mix. Mix all together. Add in cooked shrimp AND ENJOY!

I am trying to watch my carb intake in efforts to lean out for summer; so I have been implementing broccoli slaw often and am loving it! In fact, I am planning on making this Shrimp Slaw for my friends and family at my graduation party!

Broccoli slaw has such great macros and you can do so many different things with it; like making a healthy stir-fry.

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