Recipe by The South Beach Diet Online
"A quick saute of shrimp and spices over wild rice and dinner's ready in Phase 3 of the South Beach Diet."
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1 (6 ounce) package
shrimp, peeled and de-veined
extra virgin olive oil
cherry tomatoes, halved
Chopped fresh parsley
Outstanding! Added the tomatoes at the same time as the shrimp while cooking. Also, doubled the garlic and the cherry tomatoes from the recipe. Used broccoli alongside - excellent choice.
I was not impressed with this dish. I thought the paprika was overpowering. I will not be making this again.
I prepared this with white rice and minus the tomatoes. I also added a little butter, for flavoring. We LOVED it! We had NO leftovers! I will DEFINITELY prepare this one again.
THis was very tasty for a light dish. My hubby loved it too! I added some white wine and a few dashes of cayenne pepper, also I added the tomatoes with the shrimp. Very flavorful!
I read the recipe as saying the saute is quick, not neccessarily the whole recipe. I still consider this quick and easy, as you put the rice on and blend the shrimp, walk away, and 50 minutes later come back to take off the rice and cook everything up. But semantics aside, this is a really delicious dinner. I don't cook with paprika often, and I enjoyed the flavor of it, the pepper, and garlic. I'd like to try spinach in here, added with the tomatoes, for color and my own preference, but as-written this is a keeper. Thanks for sharing.
Very easy! Very tasty! Made it with Uncle Ben's and doubled the recipe using 2 boxes... my family loved it!
I loved this recipe PLUS it was very quick and simple!!
This was very good, especially for a healthy recipe. I made this exactly as stated (and added the tomatoes during the last minute of cooking), and it was simple, quick, and tasty - with just a touch of heat. The only thing that took some time was cooking the rice (about 35 minutes total for Uncle Ben's Original Recipe Long Grain & Wild Rice, microwaved). Also, the shrimp took a couple of minutes longer to cook than specified when I made it. Overall, I'm very pleased with this. I will definitely make this again soon.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Savory Shrimp over Wild Rice
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 45
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