Honestly, I am not a seafood person. I am more fond of eating beef, pork, chicken, or anything that's thick meat and fatty. Well yes, you're right, I am guilty of eating unhealthy choices, but I always aim to eat a variety of different food. Of course, I am conscious of my health as well, that's why I always make sure I include seafood on my weekly meal plan.
Although my confession speaks a lot of my unhealthy behavior, I can't deny that Red Lobster shrimp scampi has changed my mind and persuaded me to love seafood.
Seafoods is low in fat, rich in omega-3, and high in protein, which makes it a good alternative to meat. Omega-3, the popular healthy fatty acid, is good for the heart, prevents high blood pressure, reduces inflammation and can boost your brain.
If you haven't been eating seafood recently, especially the kids, take note that dietitians recommend you at least 8 ounces of seafood a week. This is why I always put seafood into my meal plan. The amount of nutrients it contains are as numerous as the number of fishes there are in the sea. So, it’s time to assess if you have been eating enough seafood.
Lobster shrimp is undeniably delicious, but my one problem with it is the high price! But that doesn't stop me from getting what I want, especially as this is my favorite seafood recipe (in fact, one of my few seafood recipes).
I created this recipe, which is just as tasty and a lot cheaper than the pricey ones, so you will save money, as well as enjoy the taste of this delicious dish.
Red Lobsters are great with crusty bread and fettucine as a side dish. I'm sure your family will crave this dish once you start serving our favorite seafood recipe.
Every week, I create a meal plan for the family, making sure that the three major food groups - carbs, protein, and fruits and vegetables - are all included. Due to popular demand, I now prepare Red Lobster shrimp scampi more often each month.
Apart from the taste and relatively cheap price, it’s incredibly easy and convenient to make. To prove me right, let’s get started.
This recipe is for 5, but it is up to you how many people you want to cook for. Just adjust the quantity of each ingredient.
Just because you are a not a seafood fan, doesn’t mean that you can't dive into tasty seafood cuisine. I now know how good Red Lobster shrimp scampi tastes, and you can too.
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