Wild Shrimp Fajitas (15 Minute Meal)
Wild Shrimp Fajitas (GF, Paleo, Whole-30 Friendly)
As much as I love spending time in the kitchen, I also love my 15-minute meals. These Wild Shrimp Fajitas take 15 minutes to make and will hit all the right taste buds. They are the perfect solo meal or you can share them with the whole family.
For equipment, you’ll need to gather a large cutting board with a sharp knife for prep and two saute pans for the cooking process. For ingredients, you’ll need bell peppers, red onion, cilantro (or dried cilantro), Wild Shrimp, Taco Seasoning, Siete Cassava Tortillas, Celtic sea salt, lime, and your favorite fajita toppings which I’ll share mine below.
Ingredients: (Serves 3-4)
Avocado oil (I like to use avocado oil spray)
1 package of @sietefoods cassava tortillas
4 servings of Frozen Wild Shrimp (defrosted)
1/4 Red onion sliced
1-2 Bell Peppers sliced
1 tbsp Taco Seasoning (I like @sietefoods)
Fresh Cilantro to taste (dried works too)
Sea salt to taste
Optional Extras: @sietefoods cashew queso, @kitehillfoods sour cream, Avocado
Start by heating 2 skillets over the stove with a little avocado oil. I like to use spray.
In one skillet, heat some avocado oil and add the wild shrimp with the 1/2 the taco seasoning and saute until the shrimp are cooked through. At the same time in the other skillet Saute the onion and peppers with the other half of the taco seasoning until the peppers are soft and onions are translucent. Add sea salt to taste to each skillet & a little fresh lime juice.
Remove both the onions & peppers + shrimp from the heat, and whip off the pans clean. Use those pans to heat the cassava tortillas 1 minute each side over medium heat. Do this for as many tortillas as you need.
Assemble the fajitas. Lay the onion and pepper mix over the tortillas followed by the shrimp and toppings of choice. Here I added some dairy-free sour cream, cashew queso, fresh cilantro, and lime.
Tag me on @nutritionbysam if you make them so I can see how they came out!
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