The Whole30 program can change your life. It’s the reset button for your eating lifestyle. With
no toast, spaghetti or pizza in your meal, you might find that your usual recipes are off-bounds.
If you’re planning to start your Whole30 plan, you probably should start saving some Whole30
recipes for dinner. This glazed shrimp with Cauliflower curry recipe is one of my favorite. It not
only complies with the Whole30 recipes, it’s also sinfully delicious.
With the rich exotic taste, you won’t feel like you are depriving your body. This is one of those
Whole30 recipes that can easily become a family treat for special days. It’s one of ours!
Glazed Shrimp With Cauliflower Curry
Cauliflower might not have the same vibrancy as other veggies, but its one versatile vegetable. I
think there are so many ways to put cauliflower on your dinner table, I can get whole30 recipes of
just cauliflower for each of the thirty days.
And if you haven’t enjoyed curry before, I suggest you start with this cauliflower curry. It’s easy
and quick to make. You won’t go wrong with this cauliflower curry recipe.
I start off with roasting the cauliflowers separately. If you don’t already know, roasting adds a bit
of crunch to our cauliflower curry. It also cancels out the bitter flavor for vegetables and creates
a milder flavor. Something that can earn you extra points with your kids.
While my cauliflowers are roasting, I start with the curry. Keep the ingredients at hand. You
don’t want to burn the spices. That will give your curry a tangy, bitter taste. With this recipe, I fried the shrimps in two batches. I didn’t want to overcrowd the pan. Cooking
in batches brings out the flavor of the shrimps and gives it an even brown surface. A feast for the
eyes and the taste buds!
I find the silky smooth texture of the roasted cauliflower curry pairs well with my crunchy
A Page For Your Whole30 Meal Plan
This Glazed Shrimp with Cauliflower curry is a must-have in your Whole30 Meal Plan. The
Whole30 meal plan is about eating real, naturally available foods. Creating your own Whole30
Meal Plan isn’t rocket science. You need to cut out sugar, dairy, grains, legumes, soy and other processed foods from your diet.
Don’t let that scare you. There are so many food categories you can still indulge in. There’s meat,
seafood, vegetables, fruits and healthy fats like nuts, avocados, seeds and unrefined oils. Check out this Stuff Pork Chops with Cabbage and this Greek Chicken with Spaghetti
Squash meal prep to add to your Whole30 Meal Plan.
Healthy Shrimp Recipes
One serving of shrimp (3 ounces) contains 18 grams of proteins and only 83 calories. It contains
fewer carbs and calories compared to chicken. That’s why I suggest adding more healthy shrimp
recipes to your Whole30 meal plan. My glazed shrimp with Cauliflower curry contains 5 servings. You can enjoy this with your
entire family or friends. Remember that cooked shrimps in any of the healthy shrimp recipes will
only last for three days in your freezer. So if you want to save the recipe in portions, freeze the