Shrimp and citrus sauce
The shrimp and scallops are an excellent source of protein. And unlike meat and dairy products go to animal proteins hand in hand with the heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. At the same time, the animals are an excellent source of iodine, which forms part of the body's metabolic hormone. The nutrient content varies a lot, depending on what you choose and go after the largest protein bomb; there is a clear difference between the two types of seafood. The prawns contain significantly more protein than the mussels. Therefore, they are the perfect choice if you want to slim you and put burning up, or if you want to accommodate muscle regeneration on top of hard training.
Shrimp with citrus sauce and sesame
Basic ingredients for 4 people:
1/2 cup fresh citrus juice (we recommend six mandarins and 1 lemon)
2 tbsp. hot chili sauce
2 tbsp. honey
1 tbsp. of olive oil
1/2 pound shrimp, peeled and cleaned (tails removed)
Sesame seeds (optional)
How to cook:
In a small saucepan over medium-high heat, combine the citrus juice, chili sauce and honey.
Stir and simmer until it starts to fall and thickens (about 10 minutes). Leave it aside.
In a large skillet, heat oil over high heat until just before smoking.
Add the shrimp to the pan, shaking the pan and stir the shrimp until cooked through and lightly browned (this will happen quickly - about 5 minutes).
Pour the glaze over the shrimp and shake the pan to cover them all.
Sprinkle top with sesame seeds and serve.