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Szechuan Shrimp with quinoa and broccoli

Extra sidedish: Green beans

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CHEF Luciana Peguet

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Story of the meal

In a skillet, heat the olive oil with the garlic and ginger. Add the onion, bell pepper, and dried red chilies to the skillet and cook until onions are soft. Add the shrimp, the gluten-free soy sauce, the vinegar, lime juice and honey. And cook until the sauce thickens. Szechuan Shrimp it's really really tasty, tender shrimp is covered in a concentrated spicy sauce with shallots, peppers and red chili.

MAINCOURSE
Serving Size 421 g
Calories 488
Fat 6 g
Saturated Fat 1 g
Carbs 49 g
Fiber 8 g
Protein 59 g
Sodium 623 mg
Sugar 5 g

EXTRA SIDE DISH

We use our extra side dishes with seasonal veggies found at the market, so they may change. We try to make a healthy and delicious snack to balance the meal and to make it more fun.
Our side dishes have in between 40-150 KCal each.

Apple Cider Vinegar
Broccoli
Cilantro
Dried Red Chiles
Ginger
Gluen Free Soy Sauce
Honey
Kosher Salt
Lemon
Limes
Organic Garlic
Organic Onions
Parsley
Pepper
Red Bell Pepper
Scallions
Shrimps
White Quinoa

Known for the best tomatoes around the area, we enjoy their heirloom tomatoes throughout the season. Juicier, red, unperfect, flavorful tomatoes. This is how every tomato should look and taste like. We also get a lot of our seasonal veggies from Summer Wind.

Meals are delivered chilled

Containers are oven & microwave safe, lid is not safe

Remove the plastic cup from inside the container before heating.

In the Oven (recommended)

Enjoy it Cold! If you want it warm: 1. Preheat to 350F 2. Cook for 12 min or until heated through 3. Pour sauce on top.

In the Microwave (recommended)

Enjoy it Cold! If you want it warm: 1. Leave the container lid on 2. Cook for 1 min. 3. Pour the sauce on top.

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Darlene

05/26/2017

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Szechuan Shrimp with quinoa and broccoli

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Extra sidedish: Green beans

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Story of the meal

In a skillet, heat the olive oil with the garlic and ginger. Add the onion, bell pepper, and dried red chilies to the skillet and cook until onions are soft. Add the shrimp, the gluten-free soy sauce, the vinegar, lime juice and honey. And cook until the sauce thickens. Szechuan Shrimp it's really really tasty, tender shrimp is covered in a concentrated spicy sauce with shallots, peppers and red chili.

Maincourse
Serving Size 421 g
Calories 488
Fat 6 g
Saturated Fat 1 g
Carbs 49 g
Fiber 8 g
Protein 59 g
Sodium 623 mg
Sugar 5 g

Extra Side Dish

We use our extra side dishes with seasonal veggies found at the market, so they may change. We try to make a healthy and delicious snack to balance the meal and to make it more fun.

Our side dishes have in between 40-150 KCal each.

Apple Cider Vinegar
Broccoli
Cilantro
Dried Red Chiles
Ginger
Gluen Free Soy Sauce
Honey
Kosher Salt
Lemon
Limes
Organic Garlic
Organic Onions
Parsley
Pepper
Red Bell Pepper
Scallions
Shrimps
White Quinoa

summer wind

Known for the best tomatoes around the area, we enjoy their heirloom tomatoes throughout the season. Juicier, red, unperfect, flavorful tomatoes. This is how every tomato should look and taste like. We also get a lot of our seasonal veggies from Summer Wind.

Community Reviews (4)

Darlene


05/26/2017

Delicious!

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Hi !

We are so happy that you love this meal as much as we do. Now that we know it, we will prioritize this meal in next week's menu and let you know.

The CookUnity Team.

welcome Brooke Alpert M.S., R.D., C.D.N.

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Brooke received her Masters of Science at New York University and completed her dietetic training at Mt. Sinai Hospital in affiliation with NYU. She is the founder of B Nutritious, a private nutrition counseling and consulting firm located on the Upper East Side.

She will work with our artisan chefs community creating even healthier, tastier, more balanced and conscious meals for you to enjoy.