Easy Dinner Recipe: Shrimp in Parchment Paper

This is one of my absolute favorite fresh and tasty recipes right now. Not only is it loaded with veggies and protein, really easy to make, and gluten-free, but it's ready in under 30 minutes and has minimal cleanup.

I'll even walk you through how to make it in the clip below that I pulled from a recent Food Fix office hours session. It's a bit low budget but you'll get the point.

Ingredients:

  • Parchment paper
  • 5-6 cooked frozen shrimp
  • Bok choy
  • Bean sprouts (not soy)
  • Shiitaki mushrooms
  • Coconut Secret Garlic Sauce (or other low sodium sauce of your choice)

Directions:

  • Place the veggies on the parchment paper, top with shrimp, drizzle Coconut Secret over everything, and wrap up the package
  • Cook in oven or toaster oven at 375 degrees for 22 minutes
  • Top with optional hot sauce to taste

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Heather Bauer

Heather Bauer is a nationally recognized nutrition expert, author, and entrepreneur.

She brings her fresh and inspiring approach to diet to prime time spots on Good Morning America, CNN, CBS, The Talk, Access Hollywood Live and The Tyra Banks Show. And she's featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and People Magazine. 

Heather is the author of two best-selling nutrition and diet books, The Wall Street Diet and Bread is the Devil, and has regular columns on The Huffington Post and USNews where she writes about the latest trends.

She is the founder of Bestowed, the leading product discovery platform for health-conscious consumers, and has an active nutrition counseling practice in NYC, which she founded in 2001.

Heather is a Registered Dietitian (RD) and a New York State Certified Dietitian-Nutritionist (CDN). She graduated from The University of Wisconsin with honors and is a member of the American Dietetic Association (ADA) and the New York State Dietetic Association (NYSDA).