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Recipe: Asian-Style Meal with Sauteed Shrimp

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INGREDIENTS

splash of vegetable oil
sliced onion
deseeded sliced pepper
sliced shiitake mushrooms
12 large raw peeled shrimp
1 large minced clove of garlic
2 Tbs finely minced fresh peeled ginger
drained canned white beans
handful of fresh shopped cilantro
splash of soy sauce

PROCEDURE

Add a splash of vegetable oil to a large nonstick pan on medium high heat and saute an equal amount of sliced onion and deseeded sliced pepper.

And, after a few minutes, add a generous amount of sliced shiitake mushrooms and another splash of oil if it needs it and cook that along to cook the mushrooms down and brown up a little bit.

At that point, take the peppers and mushrooms out of the pan.

Using 12 large raw peeled shrimp, at this point, place the pan back on the stove and add another splash of oil and saute the shrimp on both sides until they're just about cooked through.

And then add 1 large minced clove of garlic and about 2 Tbs finely minced fresh peeled ginger and cook that along for a minute.

Then add the vegetables back to the pan, add a few spoonfuls of drained canned white beans and let that all warm through.

Then add a handful of fresh chopped cilantro and it's time to eat.

Serve it up with a little splash of soy sauce over the top of everything.

HINTS:

This same technique works great with salmon or scallops or even something like slices of chicken or pork.

There are no exact amounts for something like this, but it's really just as much about the vegetables and mushrooms as it is about the protein.

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