SHRIMP OVER WARM ESCAROLE

Boost your kidney Qi with a shell fish like shrimp. This simple recipe supports Kidney, Heart, Lung and Stomach. Shell fish are great for bone health, while the leafy bitter greens help the Heart and Liver.

Yields1 Serving
 4 shrimp, cleaned
 2 teaspoons of dill, parsley or cilantro, minced
 ¼ teaspoon of mushroom seasoning
 2 teaspoons of oil
 Splash of wine
 1 teaspoon of oil
 ¼ teaspoon of salt
 1 clove of garlic
 ½ head escarole, chopped
1

Use leftover cooked shrimp or if starting from scratch, place your shrimp in a small bowl and coat with dill, parsley or cilantro and mushroom seasoning.

2

Heat the wok and add 2 teaspoon of oil. Add the shrimp to the cold oil. Cook on one side for a little over 1 minute. Toss and cook the other side until the shrimp turns pink.

3

Splash with cooking wine. Toss one more time and remove from the heat.

4

Clean the wok then reheat adding 1 teaspoon of oil, the crushed garlic, and salt.
Add the escarole and toss gently for about 1 minute or until wilted.

5

Plate the escarole then top with the shrimp.
NOTE: You can substitute any leafy green for the escarole.

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Ingredients

 4 shrimp, cleaned
 2 teaspoons of dill, parsley or cilantro, minced
 ¼ teaspoon of mushroom seasoning
 2 teaspoons of oil
 Splash of wine
 1 teaspoon of oil
 ¼ teaspoon of salt
 1 clove of garlic
 ½ head escarole, chopped

Directions

1

Use leftover cooked shrimp or if starting from scratch, place your shrimp in a small bowl and coat with dill, parsley or cilantro and mushroom seasoning.

2

Heat the wok and add 2 teaspoon of oil. Add the shrimp to the cold oil. Cook on one side for a little over 1 minute. Toss and cook the other side until the shrimp turns pink.

3

Splash with cooking wine. Toss one more time and remove from the heat.

4

Clean the wok then reheat adding 1 teaspoon of oil, the crushed garlic, and salt.
Add the escarole and toss gently for about 1 minute or until wilted.

5

Plate the escarole then top with the shrimp.
NOTE: You can substitute any leafy green for the escarole.

SHRIMP OVER WARM ESCAROLE