Shrimp Pizza recipe

  • DSM27

    Posts: 12

    Feb 04, 2011 1:45 AM GMT
    I have been experimenting in the kitchen with ingredients that are all good for you. This was excellent!
    Joseph's whole grain wraps (only 4 net carbs 50 cal.per wrap, no fat, no sugar)
    cut into 4 pc's.
    lightly toast in oven. Melt fat free american cheese on top.
    Any nonfat Hummus. I used Tribe's cracked red pepper (50 cal.
    Spread on to wrap, Add
    Fresh salsa, (used Wegman's local grocer, artichoke, garlic, 10 cal.)
    Top with fresh shrimp (120cal.) (cut into pc's)

    Excellent for you! and Taste amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Feb 04, 2011 1:53 AM GMT
    Sounds yummy, but I need my food to be more calorically dense.
  • turtleneckjoc...

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    Feb 04, 2011 3:37 AM GMT
    That sounds awesome and to turn up the volume on that, try a prepared pesto instead of the salsa. Another thing I would try is to roast some shrimp (olive oil/salt/pepper---place on half sheet pan in oven at 350 degrees for 8 minutes), and top it with that!!
  • turtleneckjoc...

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    Feb 04, 2011 3:40 AM GMT
    DSM27 saidI have been experimenting in the kitchen with ingredients that are all good for you. This was excellent!
    Joseph's whole grain wraps (only 4 net carbs per wrap, no fat, no sugar)
    cut into 4 pc's.
    lightly toast in oven. Melt fat free american cheese on top.
    Any nonfat Hummus. I used Tribe's cracked red pepper
    Spread on to wrap, Add
    Fresh salsa, (used Wegman's local grocer, artichoke, garlic)
    Top with fresh shrimp! (cut into pc's)

    Excellent for you! and Taste amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!



    P.S. here: Making your own hummus is a no-brainer. Use 1 or 2 cans of garbanzo beans with one jar of drained roasted red peppers. Add salt/pepper and olive oil and blend with an immersion stick-type blender or in a food processor. Easy, easy, easy!