These delicious recipes from the Grocery Outlet Buyer’s Kitchen are created by our NOSH buyers. They work hard to scout out the highest quality and most varied selection of NOSH products at the best prices possible! As they find tasty NOSH items, they develop these recipes to share with you. Enjoy!
If you’re trying to lighten a traditional pasta dish like Shrimp Scampi, try substituting “zoodles” for noodles! Zucchini can be cut into long strings, mimicking the look and feel of noodles. The best news is, these “zoodles” taste great!
Gadget Alert: Spiralizer
Perfect for cutting back on carbs, this tool will be one of your new best friends! Available in all price ranges online, a spiralizer is a great addition to any kitchen!
1.5 lbs. (about 6 large) whole zucchini – Our price: 3 for $0.99 / Elsewhere price: $0.99 FOR 1
1 bag uncooked frozen shrimp (about 21 shrimp) – Our price: 1 lb frozen $5.99/ Elsewhere price: $10.99
1 red bell pepper – Our price: $2/1.00 / Elsewhere price: $1.99 for 1
1 yellow bell pepper – Our price: $2/1.00 / Elsewhere price: $1.99 for 1
1 – 1 1/2 cups sliced mushrooms (shiitake recommended) – Our price: 8 oz $1.99/ Elsewhere price: $2.99
1/2 red onion – Our price: 3 lbs $1.99 / Elsewhere price: $2.99
1/4 cup soy beans – Our price: 16 oz (frozen) 2/$1.00 / Elsewhere price: $1.49
4 cloves minced garlic – Our price: 3/$0.99 / Elsewhere price: $0.39 for 1
2 tbsp. refined coconut oil – Our price: 15 oz $3.99 / Elsewhere price: $8.99
1 tbsp. sesame oil – Our price: $2.49 / Elsewhere price: $3.99
Soy Sauce (to taste)
Siracha (to taste)
- Rinse shrimp in a colander over cold running water until thawed and set aside.
- Thinly slice the bell peppers, dice the onion, mince the garlic, and roughly chop the mushrooms
- Set up the spiralizer onto a flat sturdy surface and place a medium sized bowl below the edge. Choose a medium- wine spiral width.
- Cut the stop and bottom off of each zucchini squash and spiral cut each squash and set aside.
- In a large wok, head the coconut oil and sauté begin to the onions for about 1 minute. Next add the bell pepper and sauté for about 3 minutes until tender.
- Add the garlic, mushrooms, soy beans, sesame oil, soy sauce and Sriracha into the wok and mix to incorporate.
- Place the shrimp into the wok and sauté until cooked through and pink, about 3-5 minutes. (Be sure to not overcook the shrimp or they will become tough). Once cooked, remove the shrimp and place into a medium sized bowl, cover with foil and set aside.
- Add the “zoodles” into the wok and sauté for about 2 minutes until the zucchini is heated through but not soggy. Add the shrimp back into the wok, serve and enjoy!