Easy Shrimp, Avocado & Feta Salad

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Sometimes fabulous and easy come together to create a dish that a dish that radiates with the vibrancy of fresh!  When it comes to fewer carbs, more greens, and a perfect mix of protein to carb ratio, I find this recipe to be the go-to recipe in my kitchen.

Really, this simple mixture of ingredients is a taste you will have to try to believe and it is a unique flavor and texture experience. If you are not halting carbs you can certainly add in some pasta, or quinoa or even bread.

I definitely have a passion for simple recipes, with high-quality nutrition, all packed with flavor. Lavishly live food out loud and test out this fabulous recipe that while gourmet in mixture content, novice in prep.

Easy Shrimp, Avocado & Feta Salad

I always have cooked shrimp, peeled, ready and waiting for me in a container in my refrigerator. Preparation of shrimp ahead allows me to simply prepare a recipe without waiting for an ingredient.

My personal suggestion is to make sure your shrimp is thawed ahead of time, and that you have allowed it to drain the water by pressing lightly with a paper towel.  In my opinion, water in a shrimp is disgusting and takes away from the taste.

Let’s create this deliciously easy meal that takes minutes and can be served as a side, for a meal, or at any party when made in larger quantities.  Please note this recipe is for a single lunchtime serving.

Easy Shrimp, Avocado & Feta Salad

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INGREDIENTS

1 Small Roma Tomato Sliced

2 Tbsp Feta Cheese

8 Cooked Shrimp, Cut into 1/3’s

1 Avocado cut in 1/2

1 Tbsp Hot Sauce

1 Tbsp Olive Oil

METHOD

Place all items on a dish and lightly toss with Olive Oil and Hot Sauce.

Serve

Best Served

So, for me this is a spectacular feast, perhaps because I am watching my sugars and trying to keep them well-balanced.  To easily adjust this recipe, add less tomato, or increase your avocado, you could even add in beans and if you want corn tortilla chips.

The flavor is outstanding, and if you do not like hot sauce, try chipotle for a ‘lighter’ hot taste.  Oil, vinegar, lime, lemon, it is all about the taste. Sprinkle the combination with cilantro, chopped celery and any of these additions will make you swoon for more.

Lavishly live food out loud and use this recipe to keep things simple in the kitchen and healthy in your belly. Need more recipe inspiration? Try my Shrimp and Roasted Red Pepper Salad, Zesty Lime Shrimp, Stuffed portabellas, and my lemon strawberry infused water.