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Artichoke Hearts with Shrimp: a Healthy and Easy Dish

RECETAS DEL SEÑOR SEÑOR(2)
5Ingredients
10Minutes
360Calories
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It would be hard to think of a faster dinner that's also light and healthy, with only 360 calories per serving. Artichoke hearts, either from a jar or a can, are a convenient alternative to preparing them from scratch; they're also high in fiber and flavor. Here they are joined with quick-cooking shrimp, aromatics, and dry white wine in a dish that can be on the table in ten minutes flat.

Ingredients

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2 SERVINGS
  • 340 grams artichoke hearts
  • 1 shallot
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 cup white wine
  • 250 grams shrimp (peeled and heads removed)
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    Directions

    1. Drain and wash the artichoke hearts.
    2. Chop the shallot and garlic, cook over low heat until golden brown.
    3. Add the artichoke hearts and cook for 5 minutes, add the white wine and continue to cook for another 5 minutes over low heat.
    4. 2 minutes before removing from the stove add the peeled shrimp and serve.
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    360Calories
    Sodium
    Fat
    Protein
    Carbs
    Fiber
    Calories360Calories from Fat25
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Fat2.5g4%
    Saturated Fat
    Trans Fat
    Cholesterol190mg63%
    Sodium300mg13%
    Potassium990mg28%
    Protein32g63%
    Calories from Fat25
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Carbohydrate35g12%
    Dietary Fiber15g60%
    Sugars3g6%
    Vitamin A20%
    Vitamin C30%
    Calcium15%
    Iron25%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

    Reviews(2)

    Joel McLean 6 months ago
    it was a pleasant but mild taste. the cooking times listed were way off for my stove. instead of cooking for 10 minutes, i had to go closer to 20 minutes, alternating between medium and low heat instead of all low heat. I might make it again but might add some butter and/or a little parmesan at the end.
    Lesanne Coffin 9 months ago
    This was not a great recipe as it was...This wine gave it an acid taste...it could have been a good base but needed lots of flavors added. I used Trader Joes frozen artichokes (thawed), and large, thawed frozen shrimp...I added more garlic, but think with another shallot and some leeks it could have been sweetened up which is what it needed.

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