Free Grilled Shrimp

Free Grilled  Shrimp

Healthy and delicious free grilled shrimp low fat recipe with lime sauce and over 100 sugar free low fat recipes.Limes are an extremely healthy fruit that is often overlooked by most people as part of a healthy diet.

The reason for this is that limes have a naturally high acid that makes it a tough fruit to enjoy without adding some form of sugar. However, limes or lime juice can easily be mixed with other sweeter fruits thus negating the necessity to add other sweeteners while still allowing you to enjoy the lime nutrition it's self.

Why Is Lime Nutrition So Beneficial?

Limes are extremely beneficial to your health because they not only contain vitamin C which helps strengthen your immune system but, they also contain Vitamin A and 3 of the B complex vitamins Thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin.

The combination of these vitamins and other nutrients in limes are believed to help relieve arthritis pain and aid digestion. These much overlooked fruits also add a delicious taste when used with certain food dishes.

If you are looking for ways to incorporate limes into some of your menus then this recipe of low fat grilled lime shrimp may just be the recipe you are looking for.

Free Grilled Shrimp With Low Fat Lime Sauce:

Most recipes for lime shrimp call for the dish to be cooked in olive oil or butter. By grilling the shrimp you reduce the amount of oil needed to prepare this dish thus limiting the amount of fat and calories consumed.


• 1/2 cup unsweetened orange juice concentrate (thawed)

• The juice from 2 fresh limes

• 1 tablespoon olive oil

• 1/2 small onion minced onion

• 1/4 cup fresh chopped cilantro

• Cumin, turmeric, and black pepper to taste

• 1/2 teaspoon curry powder (optional)

• 1 pound frozen jumbo shrimp Peeled, deveined and with the tails removed

Free Grilled Shrimp With Low Fat Lime Sauce:


In a large baggie place all the ingredients except for the shrimp. Seal the bag and work it to combine all the ingredients together then add the shrimp and refrigerate for 20 minutes. ( leaving the shrimp in the juice too long with “cook it”) Remove the shrimp from the bag and place on a plate ready to grill.

Pour the remaining marinade into a sauce pan then cook the marinade over a medium high heat until it become a thin sauce. Grill the shrimp 1 or 2 minutes on each side using a pastry brush to baste with the sauce. Serve over rice. Drizzling a little marinade over the finished plate.

Makes 4 servings

This shrimp can also be served over a mixed green salad for a light and cool summer meal. You can also simply grill shrimp and then use a lime to squeeze lime juice over the shrimp to add just a dash of flavor to the cooked shrimp.

There are various other recipes that are easy to find that use limes in salads, main dishes, drinks and desserts. Taking the time to find some of these great recipes will increase the number of different meals you can cook while still getting the nutritional benefits that limes have to offer.


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