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Shrimp Fra Diavolo Recipe

When it comes to creating a delicious, healthy, and satisfying pasta dish, I like to combine a high-protein pasta with high vibrational marinara sauce and olive oil, a quality protein and a vibrant vegetable. So that’s what’s in this zesty and hearty shrimp fra diavolo recipe!

Shrimp Fra Diavolo Ingredients:

shrimp fra diavolo recipe with Vervana Organic Arrabbiata Pasta Sauce with tomatoes and parsley
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Vervana Italian Seasoning and Dipping Spice Blend for all purpose seasoning and bread dipping with cold pressed olive oilHow to Make Shrimp Fra Diavolo:

Toss the shrimp in a bowl with olive oil of choice, the Italian Seasoning & Dipping Blend and 2 grinds of the salt blend.

Heat 3 Tbsp of Jalapeño Garlic or Garlic Olive Oil on medium heat in a large skillet. Add the shrimp and sauté for 4 to 6 minutes until they turn opaque and pink. Remove from skillet and set aside.

Add the broccoli to the skillet with ⅓ cup of water and cover. Cook on medium-high heat, stirring occasionally and adding water as necessary until broccoli is cooked but still firm (al dente). Remove from the pan and set aside.

a healthy sauce for pasta has no added sugar, like this Vervana Organic Marinara that is sweetened only with carrotsReturn the shrimp plus a jar of marinara sauce into the skillet and cook on low to medium heat, just to warm through and meld flavors. Add the broccoli (or serve on the side of the pasta, if you prefer).

While making the shrimp and broccoli, bring 4 cups of water and a few grinds of salt to a boil in the stock pot. Add the pasta and cook until al denté.

Drain and toss pasta in 2 tsp of olive oil of choice and spoon into four bowls. Spoon equal portions of the sauce and shrimp mixture onto the pasta and enjoy! 

What I Like About this Healthy Pasta Recipe

Dr. Sinatra's Pasta DietShrimp are a cinch to cook up and they add protein and omega 3’s – important when you’re eating carbs. As part of the pasta dish, or on the side, broccoli adds a ton of vitamins and nutrients and healthy fiber. As a rule, I combine broccoli with tomatoes or tomato sauce whenever I can because the sulforaphane in broccoli and the lycopene in tomatoes have a powerful synergistic effect in the body.

Last but not least, I add olive oil – not only to enhance the flavor, but to help you feel satiated. Eating a healthy fat like olive oil will also help your body absorb the lycopene in those tomatoes -it’s a home run in my book!

Want to learn more about how pasta can be a part of a heart-healthy diet? Download my Pasta Diet Ebook here – It’s FREE!

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