Shrimp Zoodles in a Homemade Pesto Sauce

A perfect summer dish to balance out carbs… which ultimately means more room for beer!

New to the ‘Zoodle’ Game and it’s one I’m happy to be a part of. Adds a total lightness and unique spin to Shrimp Pasta.

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Directions:
1) Use a spiralizer or a hand tool to get those thin Zucchini Noodles
2) Dice some Garlic
3) Cut a Lemon in half
4) Grab some Basil
5) In a food processor, blend your Basil and Garlic, then add some Lemon Zest followed by Lemon Juice (1/2 a Lemon Squeeze is fine), add some Olive Oil, Red Wine Vinaigrette, Crushed Red Pepper, Black Pepper, and then Blend again until it’s a good Pesto consistency.
6) Slice into halves your Cherry or Grape Tomatoes (a couple handfuls will do)
7) Heat up some Olive Oil in a large pan – throw in your Zucchini and let cook for a couple minutes, then add your Pesto Sauce
8) Throw in your Shrimp and Tomatoes and some more sauce if you have it.
9) Let shrimp cook until done (we used frozen pre-cooked shrimp to cut down on time)
10) ENJOY!
11) Drink more beer 🙂

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About Scott Bender

Creator, host, and producer of the food and travel show, LOCALS ONLY. Check it out here: youtube.com/LocalsOnlySBTV Born and raised in St. Louis, MO, went to school at University of Colorado-Boulder, currently live in Los Angeles, CA. I love all things food and travel. And beer.
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