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Japanese Diet 2~Asian Shrimp with Coconut Flavor

Today, here is my Minimal Cooking with microwave series 2!

 

Japanese people eat any kind of dishes daily, Western or Asian. Actually, maybe you think Ramen is a Japanese dish. But it's not.

 

Ramen is originally from China, we then transformed it by our innovative soups/toppings!

 

Thus, Japanese food is quite eclectic. Here is a good example of a Japanese recipe, which is similar to Pacific Rim.
 

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If only you have frozen cooked shrimp in your freezer, you will still have an ideal dinner with high protein/low fat, which will be ready for you to eat in just a few minutes.

 

BTW, who is going to chop fresh herbs, at the end of a tough working day? (Maybe no one.) No worries, dried herbs will be doing a great job.

 

1. Defrost the shrimp (as many as you would like) in a large bowl. High for 2-3 minutes.

 

2. Drain the liquid from 1. and season with basil, rosemary, white pepper and salt. 

 

3. Cover 2. with coconut coffee creamer (add about 2 tablespoons for each person) and microwave on a high setting for 1-2 minutes, until it's hot.

 

4. Pour a small amount of olive oil (if desired) and serve with balsamic vinegar on the side.

 

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Hungry? Salad, baked tomato with mozzarella cheese/sour cream or frozen vegetables seasoned with chicken broth and Mexican spice mix. These would be all be great side dishes.



 

Dig in!!

Just dried herbs will perform well.
Just dried herbs will perform well.
Prepare the shrimp in a microwave-safe bowl like this!
Prepare the shrimp in a microwave-safe bowl like this!
Sweet-type balsamic vinegar like this will add a fantastic flavor
Sweet-type balsamic vinegar like this will add a fantastic flavor

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