Maple Mustard Shrimp & Spinach
Shrimp is so awesome with a little sweetness added to it. If you throw in a little spice, you got something special brewing. Well, with a little bit of Joe's Phenomenal Maple Monkfruit Mustard Menagerie and a bit of time, you too can make a great dish that people will think you slaved over in the kitchen, when in fact, you sat your butt on the couch... mostly.
" ...with a little bit of Joe's Phenomenal Maple Monkfruit Mustard Menagerie and a bit of time, you too can make a great dish that people will think you slaved over."
This recipe is way easy to make. You don't really HAVE to marinate the shrimp if you're in a hurry, but it comes out a lot better if you do. Also, if you want the dish to come out less spicy, you can leave out the cayenne pepper. The mustard itself has a little kick, but that gets largely cooked out in the pan.
Here's what we need:
2 lbs Raw, peeled, and de-veined shrimp
5 oz Joe's Phenomenal Maple Monkfruit Mustard
2 tbsp Minced garlic
1 tbsp Virgin olive oil
4 cups Raw baby spinach
1/2 tbsp Black pepper
2 tbsp Grated Parmesan cheese
1 tsp Paprika
1/2 tsp Cayenne pepper
The first thing you wanna do is marinate that shrimp! In a medium sized bowl, toss in the shrimp, mustard, garlic, paprika, and cayenne pepper. Cover it up and let it marinate in the refrigerator for about 2 hrs. Once ready, pour the olive oil into a large saute' pan and heat medium high. Just when the oil starts to ripple, add the shrimp mixture, stirring every so often. When the shrimp looks orange and opaque, toss in the spinach. Stir the whole thing for about 30 seconds or so and stir in the black pepper. Remove from the heat, plate it up, sprinkle with some Parmesan cheese, and you in like Flynn!