Ooooh, baby, do you know what that’s worth?
OOooh, Heaven is a place on EARTH!
And that place is in my kitchen. Or, I guess, now, my belly. But first…
Les Mills, you’ve done it again. O2 Fitness Clubs launched the newest releases of their infamous Body____ classes and, since Saturday, I’ve tried BodyJam, BodyCombat, and CX30. Each one was more hardcore than the last.
Yesterday, it was a double whammy. CX30 was up first, followed by BodyCombat. And I kept the HRM on the whole time. An hour and a half later, 1,227 calories blasted, and approximately a hand towel’s worth of sweat drenching my body, I felt like a superwoman. I also felt like I needed to eat a house. I didn’t, I enjoyed a homemade whole wheat, eggplant, spinach, Parmesan, mozzarella, and Sockarooni pizza (I should’ve shaped it like a house). And then, with the help of my new favorite app, I slept like a rock.
But today is a new day. A day that I was craving seafood. The pickin’s at home were slim, but there was something beautiful in the fridge. Well, a few somethings beautiful.
Come to MAMA!!
Inspired by this Shrimp and Avocado Omelet recipe from Whole Foods, I scrambled the heck out of two eggs, chopped my ingredients, and hoped for the best as the eggs fried in some EVOO.
I have to use up my never-ending supply of spinach, so I added that to the innards of this omelet, along with the (pre-cooked) shrimp (from Target… not exactly the local fishmarket, but it’ll do in a pinch.)
And, after a flip and a fill, followed by a fold, this omelet was ready to be topped with the always-decadent combination of tomato and avocado.
This protein-packed omelet will certainly get me through the rest of the day and, though it was jam-packed with shrimp, I can’t help but feel like I have a seafood itch that needs scratching. And I know just the shellfish to scratch that itch.
Oh, Aqua Grill, take me home…
Do you eat seafood? If so, what’s your favorite? ANYTHING I CAN MAKE?!
I don’t think I even tried fish (other than canned tuna) until the past year or so…. Now it’s become one of my favorite ways to eat flavorful AND healthy meals.
15 thoughts on “Don’t Skimp on the Shrimp (Omelet)”
Very creative omelet combo! I’m a big fan of really good crab meat. 🙂
I haven’t actually had crab all that often… time for a change, I guess.
shrimp+eggs go together like me&booze.
or ramma lamma lamma ka dinga da dinga dong
I hearts the seafood. There is not much I won’t eat, but you can bet I’ll DESTROY some maryland steamed crabs. OMG. Heaven. I have a pretty simple salmon cakes recipe on the blog from Fitness magazine. You could probably sub in any other type of seafood and it’d still be bangin’. 🙂
That’s on the bucket list. damage some crabs, Maryland style. Messy, and delicious.
Looks amazing! I just ordered a HRM and I cannot wait to see how much I burn! Shrimp is DEFINITELY my favorite. I am dying to try Gina’s recipe for Lighter Bang Bang Shrimp. Speaking of which, tomorrow is $5 bang bang at bonefish. Yummy.
Ha, tonight is $5 volcano shrimp at rockfish! Great minds.
That omelet looks awesome!!
It was truly a dream come true. In omelet form. ADIDAO (all day I dream about omelets.)
Freaking awesome workout!!!!
Ceviche is super easy and simple and you can use frozen shrimp. Just gradually unthaw them under luke warm water. I love it with Sriracha and corn chips.
Would you believe me if I said I have never bought Sriracha? Lifelong mistake?
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