It feels like pasta is never healthy, but this pescetarian-friendly version brings a creative twist to a few of your favorite ingredients. Inspired by Primavera Kitchen.
Recently, I’ve felt more inspired by Italian and Mediterranean dishes. Since I eat a primarily plant-based diet though, that means I have to get creative. I read through several recipes similar to this one before coming across the Garlic Shrimp Asparagus Skillet recipe I’ve linked above. By switching up a few things and combining this with my Vegan Cauliflower Alfredo Sauce, I came up with a delicious yet quick and easy weeknight meal.
As I said above, don’t under or overcook the asparagus for the sake of its nutrient value. I would say the same about the shrimp but more for the sake of taste. All in all, this is a pretty easy recipe to make, but I’d love to hear any suggestions you have on improving it!
You could also add some mushrooms! They’re not my favorite, so I opted not to include them.
Med – High
10 – 15 min.
Did you make the decision to go vegan, and all of a sudden realize. . . what about alfredo sauce? Well, I’m here to offer you a solution. Since it seems like cauliflower is a substitue for all of our plant-based needs lately, let’s stay on trend with this cauliflower alfredo sauce. Inspired by Crunchy Creamy Sweet’s recipe, use this to replace that cheesy