Keto Shrimp avocado salad is the PERFECT no-cook meal!
Sometimes the hardest thing about summer cooking is turning on your stove in the sweltering heat. Fortunately, there are delicious meals that require absolutely no cook time! Shrimp avocado salad is not only a remedy for a fast meal, but it’s also loaded with fresh flavor that you won’t be able to resist. This is the type of meal that is sure to become an instant hit at your house.
The flavors that really stand out in this salad are the fresh shrimp, avocado, cilantro, and jalapeno. This combination makes this simple salad loaded with complex flavors and hearty texture. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill salad! It’s bursting with flavor and has all the fresh ingredients to fuel your body the right way.
As with any salad, there needs to be dressing to bring it all together. The light salad dressing in this meal consists of olive oil, lime juice and a bit of salt and pepper. It’s amazing how those few ingredients really bring out the fantastic taste in this dish.
Shrimp avocado salad could be the perfect meal for a variety of reasons–a fast lunch, light dinner, or even a side to serve up at your next potluck. Whatever the reason, it is certain that you will appreciate the amazing flavors of this salad right down to the very last fork full. Whether you’re brand new to the keto diet or simply want something different to add to the table, this recipe proves that low carb food options should be fresh, delicious, and simple to make.
What are you waiting for? Whip this up in your very own kitchen to bring a bit of fresh flavor to your own table. Your family and friends are sure to approve!
If you loved this salad and are looking for another similar recipe, try this shrimp & cauliflower salad from Keto Cooking Wins! Even though this salad has a completely different texture, it’s still just as flavorful!
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