Shrimp Stuffed Portobello Mushroom Cap

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Need a great dinner idea? You need to try this recipe. Simple, delicious & filling! Very easy to customize as well and use different protein sources. Vegans and vegetarians can
substitute shrimp for eggplant (zucchini or tempeh) and use quinoa instead of brown
rice. Boom!

Ingredients for 1 or 2 servings:

• 6oz Cooked and chopped shrimp (boiled or in skillet)
• 2 Portobello Mushroom caps
• 1 cup brown rice
• 1 Cup Kale
• 2/3 Cup Pico de gallo
• 1 oz goat cheese
• 1/3 cup Plain Greek yogurt
• 1/4 cup bell pepper pieces

15-second Tutorial:

Steps:

1. Set the oven to 375F.
2. Cook Shrimp in skillet or boil.
3. Once shrimp is cooked mix in brown rice, kale, pico de gallo, Greek yogurt & goat
cheese.
4. Remove inside of mushroom caps using a spoon.
5. Stuff mushroom with mixture.
6. Bake for 25 minutes at 375F.
7. Enjoy!

Approx macros for 1 stuffed mushroom: 288 Calories, 27g Protein, 27g Carbs, 5g Fat

About the Author

photo 1 (1)Kevin is a fitness enthusiast out of Dallas, TX. When he saw himself in his friend’s Facebook photo he knew it was time to make a change. He was overweight, felt sluggish and had steadily rising blood pressure. So, he did what many people try to do – he started exercising to try to “out train” a poor diet. He quickly learned through periods of weight cycling that if he was going to accomplish his fitness goals, it would have to be through a steady, healthy diet, complemented by hard work in the gym.

He started studying nutrition and got started cooking! In 2012 Kevin started a small blog to share his meals online in order to build a community around healthy food ideas.

The blog was called Fit Men Cook and it had a simple message and belief system – “Our bodies are built in the kitchen, Sculpted in the gym.”

Kevin firmly believes that healthier food options do not have to be boring. Ever. In fact, they are pretty tasty!

Fit (Wo)Men Cook is the “fit” story of all of us. It is taking your individual success stories and things (in nutrition & fitness) that have worked for you, and sharing those ideas with the masses so we can all grow, improve together. Just everyday people – no matter the fitness level or athletic ability – aiming to live the best life possible through fitness and healthy eating. Are you a Fit (Wo)Men Cook?

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