About the time we started eating whole foods (the first time), we fell into the groove of baking our meals on one sheet pan. It’s not only convenient and easy to prep – it’s super easy to clean up so you aren’t tied to the kitchen all night. And this recipe is Keto friendly
I grew up on the eastern shore of Maryland, so Old Bay seasoning pretty much runs through my veins. It’s pretty much the perfect spice, don’t you think? This recipe for Spiced Shrimp Zoodle Sheet Pan dinner doesn’t skimp on the Old Bay – in fact, you can go all in with the spice. And it’s really easy to make. Even easier to clean the plate.
Once you’ve tried it, you’ll want these ingredients on hand all the time. It’s literally one of the quickest meals you can pull together. And zoodles now come pre-zoodled in the veggie or frozen foods sections, to make prep even easier. Check out your stores to see what they offer. We like making our own zoodles (we use the OXO spiralizer) and that way we can make the number of servings we really want. Make sure you pat the zoodles dry or you’ll end up with too much liquid in the pan.
Start by melting butter, Old Bay and lemon juice. That’s about 4 tbs of butter. You can use more or less, making it to your liking. The Old Bay – there’s really never too much.
Once that’s good and hot on the sheet pan, add the zoodles and shrimp. Bake it for about 20 minutes (we use frozen shrimp – if you use fresh, you may not want the shrimp to cook that long – add them in after 10 minutes or so). Allow it to all saute, soak up the flavors and serve right away.
Sprinkle more Old Bay (of course!) and garnish with your favorite garnishes. We use parsley. You can use anything you like!
Eat with some of your Keto friendly biscuits to soak up the lemon butter in the pan. Give these Carbquik biscuits a try!
Do you have any one pan favorite recipes? If you are a sheet pan cooker like we are, we’d love to hear your ideas! Share them in the comments!