Have you ever cooked with a 3 tier steamer? I have been using one for a while now and I love how fresh the food tastes after it prepared inside of the steamer. Steamers actually are a great way to cook multiple foods at once that you are serving as a meal.
Perhaps the biggest advantage of cooking with a steamer is how healthy food preparation is. In fact, I add only natural ingredients, and I do not add much spice and often the best tasting food just appears. I am all about fast, and easy to recreate recipes, because there is no sense publishing what you all can’t make as well right?
Today’s recipe takes the best of shrimp, cooks it with a little zest and adds a veggie. What’s perfect about Spicy Shrimp and Snow Peas is that it takes minutes to make and the finished taste is delicious! Lavishly live food out loud, print the recipe and enjoy a little white wine with Spicy Shrimp and Snow Peas!
Spicy Shrimp and Snow Peas
You need a steamer to create this recipe. If you don’t have one, you might have a steaming rack for a pan, use that. A quick note: this meal prepares really fast, do not overcook or you will not like the snow peas.
1 16 oz. bag snow peas (you need 1/2 bag or more as desired)
12 Frozen, cooked shrimps (deveined and peeled)
1 Tsp Red Hot Pepper Flakes
How To Prepare
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Place shrimp and snow peas in the steamer, sprinkle with red hot pepper flakes to taste
Cover. Set for 10 minutes
Remove from the steam basket when the timer sounds
Sprinkle with additional Red Pepper Flakes as desired and serve with soy sauce
Preparation Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 12 Minutes
PRINT THE RECIPE HERE
Spicy Shrimp and Snow Peas
- 1 16 oz. bag snow peas you need 1/2 bag or more as desired
- 12 Frozen cooked shrimps (deveined and peeled)
- 1 Tsp Red Hot Pepper Flakes
- Soy sauce for serving
- Place shrimp and snow peas in steamer, sprinkle with red hot pepper flakes to taste
- Cover. Set for 10 minutes
- Remove from steam basket when timer sounds
- Sprinkle with additional Red Pepper Flakes as desired and serve with soy sauce
- Serve Warm
To add a little more to this recipe, I suggest using lettuce wrap (Boston Lettuce) served up with a side of coleslaw. If you really want more spice, use a hot sauce, and change up the flavor just a bit. A Mango salad with fresh strawberries tastes good as a side dish as well.
This recipe is great for serving one or more, just tweak it. The beauty of the cooked shrimp in this recipe translates to more of using the steamer as a natural method to defrost while adding a spice, rather than placing the shrimp in a water bath to defrost. In addition, the shrimp are deveined and peeled making it an easy serving seafood dish! Lavishly live food out loud and make sure to make yourself a plate of Spicy Shrimp and Snow Peas.
Need more inspiration for Steamer Recipes? Chilean Honey Salmon