Spicy Garlic Ginger Shrimp

Okay first off I will say this! I am not an expert meal prepper! I don’t follow any guidelines and for the most part I just throw all of my ingredients together! I LCHF for my self and my husband! I usually throw in a pasta for my kiddos!

I will say this SHRIMP is my all time favorite shellfish to eat next to clams! You might see me use them a lot! PLUS they are high protein and low in carb which is right up my ally!

INGREDIENTS USED:

2 lbs of Shrimp 16/20 count shelled and Deveined!

1/4 cup of soy sauce

2 tablespoons of ginger

2 tablespoons of garlic

2 tablespoons of rice vinegar

2 tablespoons of sesame seed oil

2 tablespoons of sriracha

2 tablespoons of extra vinegar olive oil (not pictured)

**note next time I might use low sodium soy sauce**

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Combine all of the ingredients into a bowl and mix up really well..

Please EXCUSE my nasally VOICE! It’s Allergy Season here in the Valley! YUCK!

Let those bad boys marinate for at least 20 minutes!

Full of thumb is to not marinate fish or shellfish for more than 30 minutes! I did not know this but my local butcher at BL Quality Meats in Visalia, CA told me this!!

While those were marinating I made a Spicy Peanut Butter Dip! 

This Stuff is my ABSOLUTE favorite! I mix it up almost weekly! It’s Super Easy, Great dipping sauce for meats! Even Chicken!! Only thing I would do different in this recipe is get low sodium soy sauce. It was a little too salty for my taste!
4 TABLESPOONS OF PEANUT BUTTER
1 TABLESPOON OF SOY SAUCE
1 TABLESPOON OF GINGER
1 TABLESPOON OF GARLIC
1 TABLESPOON OF RICE VINEGAR
1 TABLESPOON OF SESAME SEED OIL
1 TABLESPOON OF SRIRACHA
2 TABLESPOONS OF WATER

I absolutely love This stuff! If you can’t tell but my videos I’m getting super excited making this!

After my Shrimp is done marinating I sauteed it in a skilled for 3 minutes on each side!!

Below you will see the completed product!

The only thing I would do different for this meal next time is add more sriracha sauce because I love it hot hot hot.. and pick low sodium soy sauce.

I hope you enjoy! Let me know what you think!

Cheers!

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