Low FODMAP Shrimp & Vegetable Salad is a quick and healthy one-pan meal! I love one-pan recipes because it means minimal clean up. This dish is easy to make and you can pick any vegetables you want to add into the salad. And we chose to use shrimp in this recipe because they are known to cook very quickly. So this recipe is ideal for anyone who feels like they only have 20 minutes or less to make their dinner at home!
Shrimp are a flavorful shellfish that can easily blend into any dish, and work with a variety of flavor profiles. You can find shrimp anywhere on the menu from Cajun to Asian. And you can bake, broil, or grill shrimp while keeping it a very lean protein.
Shrimp is also rich in many nutrients. For example, they are a good source of niacin (vitamin B3), vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin D, and vitamin E. They are also a good source of zinc, selenium, and magnesium! All nutrients are important for cardiovascular health. Try Low FODMAP Shrimp & Roasted Vegetable Salad to serve a nutrient-dense dinner!
Don’t forget to devein your shrimp! Here is a helpful video to show you how to devein shrimp, step by step!
If you want to add more seafood into your diet with shrimp, try this Shrimp and Asparagus Quinoa Salad next!
LOW FODMAP Shrimp & Roasted Vegetable Salad
- 1/2 lb shrimp raw
- 2 cups broccoli florets
- 1 zucchini cubed or sliced
- 1 bunch scallions sliced in half lengthwise, green part only
- 1 bell pepper cubed or sliced
- 1 carrot medium, thinly sliced
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- salad green
- 1/8 tsp salt kosher
- 1 tsp Italian seasoning
- 1/4 tsp paprika
- 1/4 tsp black pepper
- Pre-heat oven to 425F. Line a large sheet pan with foil and set aside.
- Place veggies in a large bowl and sprinkle with half the seasoning mix and 1 tablespoon oil. In another bowl combine the shrimp, the remaining seasoning mix (half) and 1 tablespoon oil; set shrimp aside.
- Pour the veggies into the sheet pan and bake for 12-15 minutes or until lightly charred. Add the shrimp and bake for 5 minutes or until pink and tender.
- Pour over salad greens and dress with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
Nutrition info is approximate and may contain errors.
Dana uses her advanced training in functional nutrition and food sensitivities to help her clients love and trust food again as they heal from years of painful symptoms that have dominated their lives. Co-author of Nourished: 10 Ingredients to Happy, Healthy Eating and Cooking with Food Sensitivities Survival Guide.