Creamy Garlic Shrimp Pasta


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This recipe that you're about to read will make you love pasta even more! Today, we are pleased to give you the secrets about this "Creamy Garlic Shrimp Pasta." The next time you find yourself worried about what to serve for a dinner party, just remember this recipe and your problem will be solved. This is not only delicious, but you can be sure that it is healthy since it is packed with ingredients that is good for your diet like shrimp and vegetables. It is even ideal for those who are strictly watching their figure by just watching the serving size.

We were lucky enough to find this from a blog called Laaloosh, which features a lot of recipes for those who seriously want to lose weight and maintain a fit body. You wonít feel guilty eating some really delicious food when you have the right formula that will still keep your body fit and away from harmful cholesterol. If youíre someone who is particular on the amount of calories youíre taking in, then this blog is perfect for you because it even breaks down the number of calories, carbohydrates and other vitamins and minerals that youíre about to gain. For this recipe, expect about 385 calories, 6 grams of fat, 53 grams of carbohydrates, 10 grams of fiber and about 34 grams of protein. Itís pretty neat how they are very detailed about it, which means they take this thing very seriously.

The ingredients you will need are simple like some raw shrimp that are peeled and deveined, pasta, frozen peas, red bell pepper, asparagus, nonfat plain Greek yogurt, lemon juice, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, red onion, kosher salt, ground pepper and some finely chopped parsley. Be sure to have all these ingredients fresh as well.

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Did you know that shrimp and shellfish are two of the most common of the food allergens that people are allergic to? They are also not kosher, so in Jewish cooking they are forbidden. Typically most types of seafood are a good addition to meals, and are generally known to be a healthy option and addition to your diet. Shrimp are definitely on of the most popular seafood choices in the United States. They are low in calories and in fat, and their neutral flavour makes them a good ingredient to add to salads, soups, stir fry and pastas.

When it comes to healthy seafood options, salmon probably ranks top on the list. Salmon is known to be an oily fish but that is a good thing as it is a good source of the omega 3 fatty acids, something that is especially good for us. Salmon is also a good source of protein. What's interesting is that fish do not actually synthesize the omega 3 fatty acids in their bodies, they get them from the algae or micro algae and plankton that is in their diets. So the addition of salmon and other seafoods in your diet is a good thing, along with eating seaweed.


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