Paleo Easy Shrimp Stir-Fry

"I ran out of soy sauce (which I use coconut aminos anyway) and really wanted some stir-fry with shrimp so I came up with this and hubby loves it. It has a light heat to it but isn't real spicy."
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  • If you are using raw shrimp you will need to remove shells and vein.
  • First prepare the marinade by mixing the almond butter, coconut oil, sesame oil, water, vinegar, honey, sriracha sauce, rep pepper flakes, garlic and salt together in a bowl large enough to hold all shrimp.
  • Once you have cleaned shrimp (you can use precooked for this if you wish but remove the tails) add shrimp to marinade, stir and let set 20-30 minutes.
  • While shrimp are marinading cut vegetables and mushrooms.
  • When shrimp are done marinading, Place frozen and fresh vegetables in heated wok or skillet (I have a vegetable basket I place on the grill for mine). Stir in the hot oil for 1-2 minutes. Add shrimp but not all the sauce. Stir shrimp into vegetables and let cook till heated through. Add remaining marinade sauce and stir.
  • Cook until shrimp are pink and vegetables are done but still on the lightly crisp side. (if using precooked shrimp make sure you get it heated through good).
  • Serve with grilled summer squash or grilled romaine lettuce.

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  1. We don't follow a Paleo diet, but this recipe sounded good. I chose to use fresh vegetables (minus the carrots) and subbed in a red pepper instead. Husband gave it a thumbs up. :)


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