I’m all about cooking with fruit in the summertime. It makes me feel like I’m in the Caribbean or somewhere in the sunshine, sipping on coconuts.
Today, I make teriyaki shrimp with pineapple. And how colorful is this dish? Now that’s called “eating the rainbow.”
This teriyaki recipe is perfect for this dish, because the sweetness of the orange and honey bring out the flavors in the pineapple and make each bite satisfyingly sweet and savory.
A drizzle of sesame oil goes a long way in Asian-inspired recipes, and alongside the coconut oil, the pineapple and shrimp go together like peanut butter and jelly.
A quick note about the recipe. In the directions, I say to use two disc-shaped slices of pineapple. This is what I mean:
If you haven’t seen me spiralize bell peppers yet (I saw a lot of questions on Instagram), check out this video:
Speaking of my YouTube channel, I’ve been on a bit of a hiatus lately, thanks to the wedding planning ramping up, the honeymoon and now, trying to reorganize myself to take this next exciting step forward with Inspiralized (more to come.)
If you have any video requests, please let me know in the comments below. I was thinking of doing a grocery shop haul, since I did one on Periscope yesterday and it was a lot of fun. To follow me on Periscope, follow me on Twitter to be alerted when I go live OR download the Periscope App on your phone (it’s free, of course) and search for “Inspiralized” and follow us.
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Nutritional Information & Recipe
Weight Watchers SmartPoints*: 13 points