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Minute® Ready to Serve Rice & Chicken of the Sea Salmon Pouches

Tracking PixelThis is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Minute® Ready to Serve Rice.

In recognition of National Salmon Day on October 8, 2016 (the day before I get married!), Chicken of the Sea Pink Salmon Pouches and Minute® Ready to Serve Rice have partnered together to make meal-planning easy.

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both offer portability and portion control and are ideal for lunch or a snack.

Minute Ready to Serve Rice is an ideal portable solution for lunch (or really any time of the day!) because you can eat it on the go. In just 60 seconds, you have a fully cooked, perfect single portion of rice for any meal or snack. You’ll never get bored with your lunch since there are several flavorful and wholesome varieties, including; Basmati Rice, Black Beans & Rice, Chicken Rice Mix, Fried Rice*, White Rice, Whole Grain Brown Rice, Brown Rice & Quinoa, Brown & Wild Rice, Jasmine Rice, Mutli-Grain Medley and Yellow Rice Mix. *Fried Rice is the only flavor that is not gluten free.  

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Chicken of the Sea Pink Salmon pouches are portable, too. Just like Minute Ready to Serve Rice, they’re wholesome and convenient, creating a tasty lunch alternative. Both are a wholesome and nutritious option with built-in portion control. Both products are conveniently packaged: Minute Ready to Serve in two individual single-serve cups and Chicken of the Sea Salmon pouches is available in single serving 2.5 ounce pouches. Pairing Minute Ready to Serve Rice and Chicken of the Sea Flavored pouches together makes for a delicious twist on the standard sandwich, salad or rice bowl. It makes an easy go-to lunch at the office since both products don’t need to be refrigerated and require little to no clean-up. 

If you have a little bit more time on your hands, or want some variety in your daily meals, there are so many different ways you can incorporate Minute Ready to Serve Rice and Salmon of the Sea Pouches into delicious, nutritious, quick and easy recipes. My favorite is Salmon Rice Cakes. 

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Salmon Rice Cakes
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Ingredients
  1. 2 2.5 oz Lemon Pepper or Sriracha Salmon Pouches
  2. 1 cup Minute Ready to Serve Rice
  3. 1/3 cup chopped onions
  4. 1/4 cup chopped carrots
  5. 3 tablespoons fresh basil, chopped
  6. 1 egg
  7. 2 teaspoons paprika, divided
  8. 1 garlic clove, chopped
  9. Salt and Pepper, to taste
  10. 4 Tablespoons dairy free butter or olive oil
  11. 1 lemon
  12. 1 Tablespoon Dijon Mustard
  13. 3 Tablespoons Mayonaise
Instructions
  1. Cook rice according to package directions.
  2. Combine salmon, rice, onions, carrots, basil, egg, 1 teaspoon paprika, garlic, juice of 1/2 a lemon, salt and pepper in a bowl. Mix well.
  3. Heat butter in a pan over medium heat.
  4. Form 4 to 5 patties
  5. Cookies the patties until golden brown, about 5-7 minutes on each side.
  6. While the patties are cooking, make the sauce. Combine 1 tablespoon lemon juice, dijon mustard, mayonnaise, 1 teaspoon paprika, salt and pepper in a bowl and mix well. Serve on top of Salmon Rice patties
Gluten Free Boston and Beyond http://glutenfreebostonandbeyond.com/
 

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This recipe is also very easy to make and takes 15-20 minutes from start to finish. You can serve with a salad or on it’s own for a wholesome gluten free meal!

From September 25 thru October 8, the “Salmon Loves Rice Sweepstakes,” will take place where you can use the hashtag #NationalSalmonDay on both companies social media platforms to answer salmon trivia questions for a chance to win an Alaskan cruise and Chicken of the Sea Flavored Salmon Pouches and Minute Ready to Serve Rice products!

Join the Twitter party on September 27 at 11 a.m. ET to get ideas on some fun ways to pair Minute Ready to Serve Rice with Chicken of the Sea Flavored Pouches. Just search for the hashtag #SalmonLovesRice during the party!

 

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Minute® Ready to Serve Rice.

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Roasted Salmon with Edamame “Mash”

This simple edamame “mash” can be paired with any seafood – salmon, scallops, halibut, swordfish, etc. It is easy to make and you can easily substitute the edamame for any bean on you have on hand (fava, peas) and the basil can be swapped for your favorite herb (parsley, cilantro work well too!). If you have a special olive oil in your pantry, this is the time to use it.

Edamame Mash
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Ingredients
  1. 1 cup cooked shelled edamame
  2. 1/3 cup chicken stock
  3. 1 tablespoon olive oil
  4. juice of 1/2 a lemon
  5. about 1/4 cup chopped basil
  6. 1 teaspoon garlic
  7. 1/2 teaspoon ginger,
  8. salt and pepper
Instructions
  1. Cook edamame according to package directions
  2. Mix all ingredients, minus the olive oil, in a blender. Once blended, add in olive oil and mix again.
  3. Serve chilled topped with your favorite fish or seafood!
Gluten Free Boston and Beyond http://glutenfreebostonandbeyond.com/

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Riceworks Review and Giveaway // Crab and Avocado Salad Recipe

logo (1)Jeremy and I LOVE chips. Every Sunday we open a bag of tortilla chips, crunchy crackers, potato chips, etc. and site down to watch the Patriots. While I am sad they won’t be playing this Sunday, we will still be watching the Superbowl and indulging in delicious Riceworks as we watch the Broncos try to beat the Panthers. 

This Sunday we will be eating Riceworks rice crips, aka a delicious tortilla chip alternative. Riceworks offer a gluten free better-for-you rice chip experience! Riceworks products are a gluten free indulgence with no artificial flavors or preservatives and taste better than most tortilla chips we’ve ever tried. Riceworks are made with whole grains and no gluten, soy or high-fructose corn syrup, and they have plenty of milk-free flavor options too. 

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Jeremy and I were so impressed with each mouthwatering flavor. I usually do not like sweet chili flavored – or really any chips with added flavoring – but these were deliciou. Each bag we opened, we were so impressed with the flavor – we could taste the real ingredients, no funny aftertaste or powedery mess left on our hand from the added coloring or flavoring. And the chips were not too salty, thank goodness! 

Riceworks has several creative, mouthwatering flavors to tantalize your tastebuds, including: 

  • Sea Salt
  • Sea Salt & Black Sesame
  • Black Japonica Rice
  • Sweet Chili 
  • Salsa Fresca 
  • Sundried Tomato 
  • Wasabi Soy & Ginger
  • Olive Oil Parmesan & Basil
  • Rosemary Garlic & Balsamic Vinegar
  • Spicy Spanish Cheese Blend

My favorite flavor is the Sea Salt & Black Sesame. The black sesame gives the riceworks a lightly nutty flavor while the wild rice adds extra hearty crunch and texture. Combined, they produce a earthy taste that is delicious on its own or paired with mild dips or spreads. 

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Riceworks pair well with all sort of yummy ingredients and are even a great substitute in recipes where other products like breadcrumbs and chips are normally used. They have great crunch and great flavor! So you can easily eat Riceworks with your favorite salsa or guacamole recipe or add them in to dips (and other recipes) for added crunch. 

 

Crab and Avocado Salad
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Ingredients
  1. 1 bag of Sea Salt and Black Sesame Chips,
  2. 3/4 lb. crab meat or imitation crab
  3. 2 tbsp. mayonnaise
  4. 1 tbsp. mustard
  5. 2 green onions, diced
  6. 1 avocado, halved,pitted & diced
  7. 1 lemon, juiced
  8. salt & pepper to taste
Instructions
  1. In a large bowl, combine crab meat, mayonnaise, mustard, green onions, and avocado. Mix thoroughly, but gently. You don’t want to mash the avocado!
  2. Take a handful of Chips and break them. Add them to the bowl with the lemon juice, salt and pepper. Adjust according to taste.
  3. Cover and refrigerate for at least an hour before serving.
  4. Serve with wild ricework
Notes
  1. *I added the handful of chips to the recipe for extra crunch. This is great if eating the crab salad on a salad!
Gluten Free Boston and Beyond http://glutenfreebostonandbeyond.com/
 

Not only did Riceworks send me samples of their delicious chips, they have offered to give TWO lucky readers the chance to win Riceworks chips! To enter, click on the rafflecopter below. 

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This giveaway will end on February 8, 2016 at 11:59pm. Open to US residents only. 

You can purchase Riceworks online via their online store and at grocery stores nationwide.   

 

 

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I was not paid to write this review.

 

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Trans-Ocean Crab Classic // Gluten Free Imitation Crab & More!

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Until last week, I had no idea that there was a gluten free imitation crab product that existed. I haven’t had a California roll in over 6 years, and I was beyond thrilled when I learned that Trans-Ocean makes gluten free imitation crab. So now I can make my own California rolls at home!  

Trans-Ocean has been making surimi seafood (imitation crab meat) in Bellingham, WA since 1985. For most of those years, they have used wheat-containing ingredients in many products. But a few years ago, they became aware that some people were buying only their Crab Classic Chunk Style and Lobster Classic products because they were made without wheat ingredients and thus, satisfied their gluten-free diet needs. After speaking with people who suffer from celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity, they made a change to their wheat-containing products. 

Effective Fall 2014, their production plant became a dedicated, 100% gluten-free facility and all of their products are now gluten-free! You’ll find a gluten-free banner on all packaging. Be assured, products have the same delicious flavor and high quality that has made them America’s #1 brand of surimi seafood.

Trans-Ocean offers a variety of gluten free imitation crab and seafood products: 

  • Crab Classic Flake
  • Crab Classic Chunk
  • Crab Classic Leg
  • Crab Classic Shred
  • Crab Supreme
  • Lobster Classic
  • Shrimp
  • Scallops
  • Smoked Salmon 

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Crab Avocado Cucumber Stack

Crab Classic is made from a mix of wild and sustainable Alaska Pollock, certified by the Marine Stewardship Council as a responsibly harvested seafood, and king crab meat. Fully cooked and ready-to-eat, Crab Classic is perfect for quick and easy salads, appetizers, hot dishes and more. After trying a few of the different styles of Crab Classic, I have to say that I am a fan!  The crab tasted good, not too salty and not fake at all. I’ve been experimenting in the kitchen and I’ve made Jeremy eat quite a few crab dishes this week! One of my favorites is below!

 

 

Crab Avocado Cucumber Stacks
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Ingredients
  1. 1 pkg (8 oz) Crab Classic, Chunk Style
  2. 1 avocado, firm but ripe, diced
  3. 1 cucumber, diced
  4. juice of one lemon
  5. 1 green onion, finely chopped
  6. salt and pepper to taste
Instructions
  1. In a bowl, combine the avocado, lemon juice, green onion, salt and pepper
  2. Place a 3-inch-wide round biscuit cutter in the center of an individual plate.
  3. Press 1/4 cup of the cucumbers in the bottom of the cutter using the back of a spoon.
  4. Next, stack the layer of avocado on top of the cucumbers.
  5. Lastly add the Crab Classic to the top layer.
  6. Top with green part of the scallions.
  7. Gently lift the cutters up and away from the plate to reveal the tower.
Gluten Free Boston and Beyond http://glutenfreebostonandbeyond.com/

 

We also tried the shrimp and made it with pasta and marinara sauce. Simple, yet delicious! 

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Trans-Ocean, is a strong supporter of sustainable fisheries management. As such, they have sought certification for the Trans-Ocean brand seafood products from the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). Trans-Ocean has been at the forefront of promoting MSC as a mark of quality and environmental responsibility to the consumer market. In addition to supporting the long-term sustainability of the ocean’s resources, Trans-Ocean also extends great effort to minimize the environmental impacts of their processing operation.

You can find Trans-Ocean products at grocery stores nationwide

 

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I was not paid to write this review.

 

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Pickled Willy’s Gourmet Pickled Seafood

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Pickled Willy’s is a specialty seafood processing plant in Kodiak, Alaska, that started out as Alaska’s only pickling plant. Co-owner Bill Alwert, a retired Alaska Commercial Fishermen, started years ago pickling fish and created a long standing family recipe that became so popular with family and friends that he wanted to share it with everyone. The Alwert family still has the family boat, the Buccaneer out of Kodiak, but Bill has since retired to the beach.

The family recipe is undeniably good and there’s certainly no way to get fresher seafood than straight from the vessels of Kodiak Island and other Alaskan Ports.

All Pickled Willy’s seafood is 100% sustainable and found in Alaskan Waters and processed right in Kodiak. Pickled Willy’s products are hand packed, low in fat, high in Omega-3’s, all natural, gluten free and have no preservatives. 

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I recently had the chance to work with Pickled Willy’s and tried three of their pickled seafood products. The full line of pickled seafoods includes: Pickled Alaska Halibut, Pickled Alaska Ling Cod, Pickled King Crab, Pickled Sockeye Salmon. 

Each 16 oz jar contains a mix of Organic Vinegar, Cane Sugar, Water, Pickling Spice, Onion, Salt and fish/seafood, and has a shelf life of 5 months.
 
The Pickled Alaska Halibut, is boneless and skinless, with a pure snow white flesh and firm texture has a sweet smooth flavor and is perfect for ceviche. 
 
 
Pickled Willy’s Halibut Ceviche
Serves 4
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35 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 Jar Pickled Willys Halibut
  2. ½ cup chopped Cilantro
  3. ½ cup chopped Cucumber
Instructions
  1. In a medium size bowl combine complete jar of Pickled Willy’s Halibut, cilantro, and cucumber.
  2. Place in refrigerator, wait 30 minutes or until cold before serving.
Gluten Free Boston and Beyond http://glutenfreebostonandbeyond.com/
 
The Pickled Sockeye Salmon has a bright red hue and a much firmer texture than the halibut. I’m not sured to eating salmon this way but after getting used the texture, I quite enjoyed it and didn’t find it as vinegar-y as the Halibut. I paired it with edamame and tomatoes and served it over mixed greens from my CSA, for a delicious lunch.  
 
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Pickled Willy’s ships through UPS, Alaska Air Cargo, and ACE Air Cargo and can be at your door in two days or less. 
 
Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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Whole Foods Charles River Plaza One Day Sale on Coho Salmon Filet Friday, August 8th

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On August 8th Whole Foods Market – Charles River Plaza will be having a HUGE sale with extremely deep discounts that you won’t want to miss. Every year, customers and team members alike look forward to wild salmon season.

There are several species of Pacific wild-caught salmon including King Salmon which is sometimes called Chinook, Coho Salmon, also called Silver Salmon, Pink (or Humpback) Salmon (used mostly for canning), Sockeye Salmon, also known as Red Salmon, and Copper River Salmon, which could be Coho, Sockeye or King.

WFM very own port buyers, Keith Harris and Anthony Jordan, live in Alaska during the summer months and work directly with the fishermen and salmon on the docks to select the highest quality fish.

In honor of the One Day Sale I’ve created a delicious recipe featuring Coho Salmon that I think you’ll enjoy. It’s a refreshing dish and super easy to make!

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Pineapple Mango and Cucumber Salsa

  • 1 cup mango diced
  • 1 cup pineapple, diced
  • 1 cup cucumber, diced
  • ½ red onion, diced
  • Cilantro
  • Juice of one lime
  • salt and pepper

Avocado Purée

  • 3 medium-sized avocados
  • ½ red onion
  • ½ a garlic clove
  • 4-5 parsley leaves
  • 5-6 basil leaves
  • ½-1 serrano pepper, depending on how spicy you want it
  • 3 Tbsp lemon juice
  • 2 Tbsp oil or water
  • 1 Tbsp Dijon mustard
  • 3 tbsp olive oil
  • salt and pepper to taste

 

Pan sear the salmon or oven roast it; whichever you prefer!

To make the salsa, add all ingredients together in a medium sized bowl and mix well.

To male the purée, put all of the ingredients in a blender, and blend until smooth. If needed, add more water to thin out the consistency, and to help blend more easily.

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Disclaimer: I received the salmon and a $40 gift certificate to make this recipe. I was not paid to promote this event. All my thoughts and opinions are my own.

 

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Product Review: Nada Bits Gluten Free Breadcrumb Substitute

Screen Shot 2014-03-27 at 9.46.07 AMJust a hint of crunch and flavor can turn an ordinary meal or snack into an exciting, fun eating experience.

Nada Bits are evenly crushed, gluten free, nut free, sodium free, and cholesterol-free corn tortilla chip crumbs that can be used as a breadcrumb substitute to coat, top or layer.

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Nada Bits are super versatile. Available in two flavors, original and lemon, these crunchy, corn chip crumbs liven up soups and chili, put a crunchy spin on salads and add crunch to desserts. The ways to use Nada Bits are endless; try them as a crust, in cobbler, as a breadcrumb substitute or as a gluten-free mac & cheese topping too!  See more recipe ideas for great ways to use Nada Bits!

Nada Bits were first introduced in April 2013 and have been available online since September.  I recently had the chance to try Nada Bits for the first time.

I used the Original flavor to ‘’bread’’ chicken. The Nada Bits gave the chicken a crunchy and flavorful crust, and wasn’t soggy— like some of the other gluten free breadcrumbs and mixes I’ve tried.

Nada Bits sturdy texture means that they don’t get soggy when mixed in soups, chili, ice cream or yogurt. They stand up to baking or frying.

Nada Bits Lemon is a unique addition to your pantry.  It is sweetened with a little sugar (3 grams per a serving), so it adds lemony sweetness and crunch to foods like baked fish, yogurt, and ice cream or it could be used on top of a fruit crisp.

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Nada Bits Lemon Nutritional Info

Lemon Baked Fish

Ingredients

1 cup Nada Bits Lemon
1-2 pounds of fish filets, tilapia or cod
1 cup packaged egg whites or 4-6 whole eggs, beaten
¼ cup cornstarch
½ cup corn meal/flour
2 t lemon zest
½ t salt
1 t coarse black pepper
Cooking spray

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350F.
  2. If making strips or nuggets, cut the filets to the right size on a cutting board.
  3. In a zip-lock-bag combine cornstarch, corn meal, and salt. Shake to blend.
  4. In a large bowl whisk eggs until smooth.
  5. In a separate bowl, combine Nada Bits with lemon zest and pepper.
  6. Place fish in the bag with the corn mixture and shake until evenly coated. Remove from bag to plate and dust off excess.
  7. Dip fish in the egg mixture, then place into Nada Bits and coat thoroughly on all sides.
  8. Spray non-stick spray onto a cookie sheet and bake fish for 7-8 minutes. Fish is done when it flakes apart.

You can order your own Nada Bits on their website by clicking here. You can visit the Nada Bits website, facebook and twitter to connect with them!

 

Disclaimer: I received these products for free to sample and review for my blog.  I was not paid for my review and all opinions are my own.

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Crab Cakes and Remoulade Sauce Gluten Free & Dairy Free

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Crab Cakes

16 oz jumbo lump crab
¼ cup green onion
1 red pepper, finely diced
½ onion, finely diced
1 celery stalk, finely diced
1-2 teaspoons minced garlic
1 Tablespoon Dijon mustard
¼ cup mayo
2-3 Dashes Tabasco sauce
Juice of 1 lemon
1 Tablespoon Chili Sauce
1 box Glutino Gluten Free Vegetable Crackers
1 Tablespoon olive oil
1 Tablespoon Old Bay Seasoning
Salt and pepper to taste

  1. Heat 1 Tablespoon Oil. Sauté vegetables until translucent.
  2. Let vegetable mixture cool completely.
  3. Finely grind the crackers in a food processor.
  4. Once cooled, mix the vegetable mixture with the crab, green onions, mayonnaise, mustard, lemon juice, Tabasco, chili sauce, Old Bay, salt and pepper.
  5. Form crab mixture into approximately 12-14 patties.
  6. In a skillet or griddle, brown crab cakes on both sides for 3-4 minutes per side, until golden brown.
  7. Bake crab cakes at 375F for 12-15 minutes, until hot all the way through.
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Remoulade Sauce

1 celery stalk, diced
½ cup mayo
1 Tablespoon Dijon
I Tablespoon chili sauce
1/8 cup chopped olives
1 teaspoon minced garlic
juice of ½ lemon
¼ cup green onion
3-4 dashes of Tabasco sauce
salt and pepper to taste

1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl.  Serve Chilled with crab cakes. Enjoy!

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Gluten Free Vietnamese Spring Rolls

Cool, refreshing, delicious and healthy, these spring rolls are great as an appetizer or entree.

My sister and I had so much fun making these together. We went to a local farmer’s market to get all the ingredients; ssing fresh vegetables and herbs will boast the most flavor and color. These were such a hit at our family party yesterday, so much so they were requested to be made for the next family gathering! This is one of the best, most flavorful dishes I have made in a long time.

This is also a great recipe to make with friends or kids, its fun and easy to make. The prep – cutting all the vegetables – is a bit time consuming, about 20 minutes, but the rest is a piece of cake. Rolling the rice paper might take a few tries to perfect, it can be very sticky, but just make sure that once wet, you place the rice paper on a flat surface and not let it stick to each other.

Ingredients

2 red bell pepper, julienned
2 large carrots, shredded or julienned
2 cucumbers, seeded and julienned
2 avocados, pitted and cut into thin strips
4 oz rice noodles
1 pound cook shrimp (optional)
juice of 1 lime
1 Tablespoon Rice Vinegar
2 bunches of scallions, chopped
Mint (can also use basil, cilantro – the more herbs the more flavorful the rolls will be) I suggest using more than you think you need. This is where most of the flavor will be coming from so don’t use sparingly!
12-15 Rice Paper Wraps

Preparation:

If using shrimp, slice them in half lengthwise. Place in a bowl and coat with the juice of one lime. OR is using small shrimp, cut up into small pieces, this is also helpful if you do not have a lot or shrimp.

It is also a good idea to pour lime juice over the avocados to keep them from browning (especially if you are making these hours or on day in advance)

Cook noodles according to package directions. Drain and toss with rice vinegar.

Place mint, scallions, basil, and/or cilantro in a blender and blend until finely chopped.

Line all ingredients up, almost like an assembly line, to make preparation easy.

Fill a pie plate or bowl with lukewarm water. One at a time, dip rice paper into the water, shake off any excess, and transfer to work station (a plate will work just fine). Let stand for 30 seconds until it is softened.

Arrange rice noodles on rice paper. Top with two or three strips each of the red pepper, avocado, cucumber, carrots and a pinch of scallions and mint, evenly spread across the vegetables, leaving a one-inch border along the edge. (The fillings may be placed on the rice paper in any order you’d like.)

Roll up the rice paper, pressing down on the fillings with your fingers – this is important to keep the roll tight –  fold one side over the fillings, folding the sides in as you go. Press to seal. Repeat with the remaining rice papers and fillings until you run out.

Cut rolls in half and serve with your favorite dipping sauce; sweet and sour, sweet chili, or soy.


 

Pineapple Shrimp with Cilantro

I had dinner at a friend’s house and she made a delicious Shrimp dish with Mango Salsa. I absolutely loved it and decided to make it for myself. I did not have any mangos so I substituted it with pineapple. I also did not have chili powder or chipotle powder so I improvised and used gluten free soy sauce and red pepper flakes. This gave the dish a slightly different taste, but still absolutely delicious. I am not a huge fan of spicy foods, they taste great but I just can’t take the heat! This dish still captures the tropical fruit flavors with a little less spiciness. I made if for my dad when he came to visit me last winter and he enjoyed this dish as well. I wish I had taken a picture, but I forgot! When I make it again I will be sure to remember that and upload the pictures for you!

This recipe be can be eaten alone or served over your choice or white or brown rice. Either way it’s simple and easy and really hits the spot for a quick and flavorful meal.

Ingridents

2 Tablespoons vegetable oil
2 garlic cloves, minced
3/4 pound medium shrimp
1 5.5 oz can pineapple chunks
1 tablespoon gluten free soy sauce
1 tablespoon lime juice
1/3 cup fresh cilantro leaves, chopped
1/2 to 1 teaspoons red pepper flakes

Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium high heat. Add the garlic and stir-fry 2 minutes. Add the shrimp and pineapple, stir-fry 2 to 3 minutes longer, until the shrimp turn pink. Remove from heat.
Mix together the soy sauce, lime juice, red pepper and cilantro. Pour over the shrimp and stir.
Serve warm alone or with a side of rice. If serving with rice sometimes I mix the cilantro with the rice rather than with the shrimp!