Homemade Shrimp Teriyaki
I've created this recipe so many times, in so many different variations. Besides the fact that I'd eat just about anything covered in teriyaki sauce, it's so simple, quick and easy! You can swap out everything and really make the recipe the way you'd like it. Comment your version below!
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2 large carrots
1/2 white onion
-You can swap out shrimp for any protein of your preference
-Same with vegetables, add or change to whatever you like. I typically throw together whatever I have in my kitchen. If I know I'm making it ahead of time, I'll buy baby corn and snap peas!
-You can switch out brown rice for quinoa, zucchini noodles, or cauliflower rice for other healthy alternatives
-I used olive oil because that's what I had, but I typically cook with sesame oil to add to the flavor.
Slice up all of your veggies and mix in a skillet with oil, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder and a little bit of marinade. In separate pot, boil water and begin cooking brown rice. For the rice, follow instructions on your box! Cook your vegetables to your liking (hard or soft) and then add in your shrimp. Season your shrimp prior to adding into the pan. Shrimp cook within a couple of minutes, then add your teriyaki marinade/sauce. Let simmer for a few minutes and mix altogether. Serve over rice. Enjoy!
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