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Keto Chipotle Shrimp Pasta using Hearts of Palm noodles is insanely easy to make in less than 15 minutes. The spicy chipotle cream sauce coats the shrimp and hearts of palm noodles perfectly.
This will be a new series of recipes giving you super easy to make dishes that only have a few ingredients and can be made in a snap. I'm going to break all of the rules of a blogger. No long stories about where the dish originated, no helpful tips just a straight to the point recipe with no filler. If you do have a question or comment please don't hesitate to ask in the comments below and please leave a quick review if you make one of these recipes.
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This recipe for Chipotle Shrimp Pasta comes together quickly so its important to have all your ingredients ready. Im using pre cooked shrimp to save time and for connivance but you can also sauce fresh shrimp if you prefer. I also recommend pureeing the chipotle ahead of time. You can adjust the heat to your liking depending on how much chipotle puree you add. A little goes a long way, you can always add more but you can't take it out.
Hearts of Palm Noodles are a fairly new product that I actually first heard about on “Shark Tank”. They’re simply hearts of palm that are sliced into a Linguine like pasta substitute. In the past I haven’t been a fan of hearts of palm so I was skeptical when I saw this new product. Surprisingly a quick rinse with cold water leaves the hearts of palm almost completely flavorless and ready to absorb all the other ingredients of the recipe.
Miracle Noodle also has a hearts of palm noodles that’s very good or you can also use their Angel Hair Konjac Noodles in this recipe as well. Both products are tasty and it really comes down to personal preference. If you’re looking for basically zero carbs and calories the konjac noodles are your best bet. Hearts of Palm Noodles have about 4 net carbs per serving which is great for me but I know some really want to minimize carbs.
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