This AIP/Paleo version of Shrimp Scampi is allergy-friendly, and every bit as delicious as the original!Jump to Recipe
Lemon, garlic, shallots, olive oil… these flavors play so nicely together. Throw some plump, succulent shrimp in there, and voilà! Dinner that is bright, flavorful and good for you. Scampi does not need butter and wine to taste good. (I know. It would be great to have those things, but we’re trying to heal, yeah?) You can have an AIP version that is just as tasty.
I like to serve this atop a pile of spiralized zucchini. (I use this fun little gadget to spiralize my zuke: Veggetti Ontel Spiral Vegetable Slicer. It’s perfect for zucchini.) You could also serve this on cauliflower rice, or maybe on pasta for the non-AIPers in your life. If you do zoodles (zucchini noodles), I recommend microwaving them for only thirty seconds. Boiling or sautéing the zoodles can make them mushy and watery. Microwaving, besides being faster, leaves them al dente.
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This recipe was delicious! All the flavors are perfect together
Thank you, Lisa! I’m so happy you liked it! And thank you for taking the time to write. 😊