It's been a while since I shared a recipe and after a weekend spent indulging, we needed something light but still tasty! I didn't follow a recipe, but used a seriously delicious pre-made sauce that made all the difference!
What You'll Need
1 small onion
1 package grape tomatoes
2 large zucchinis
1 package of shrimp (35-40 in package)
Campbell's skillet sauces - shrimp scampi
Package so you know what to look for! Not a sponsored post, just found this in the store and wanted to try it!
1// While your skillet is heating up with 1/2 tablespoon of olive oil, dice up your onion and tomatoes - small pieces
2// Use your spiralizer (this is the handheld one I use) to make your zoodles - then put off to the side
3// Add the onion and tomatoes and cook until tender. About 3-4 minutes
4// Add in your shrimp. If you picked pre-cooked shrimp stir in the sauce immediately. If your shrimp are raw, cook thoroughly and then add in sauce.
5// You'll want the sauce to boil and then turn it down to a medium simmer - I left it on for about 6 minutes to thicken up a bit.
5// While the sauce is simmering use another skillet to cook the zoodles. Add salt and pepper to taste and cook the zoodles for about 3 minutes
6// Remove the zoodles and plate with shrimp and a little sauce on top!
Bonus// If you have some fresh Parmesan add this as well!
All that's left is to eat and ENJOY!! How do you feel about zoodles?
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