SeaOriginally when I planned this night on my menu it was going to be a more classic night, garlic and wine sauce. However, when we got to the night I was crazing spicy and heat so after confirming with Love that he wouldn’t mind, I went about my way and made Spicy Seafood with Cabbage and Enoki Mushrooms! Yum!!!
Air Fried Spicy Shrimp!
- 1lb shrimp
- 1/4cup Mayo
- 1 tbsp of Siracha sauce, use more or less depending on you!
Step 1) Place shrimp on air fryer basket and set air fryer for 350. Air Fry shrimp for about 10 minutes or until done.
Step 2) While shrimp are frying combine Mayo and Siracha Sauce in a bowl large enough to hold shrimp when done.
Step 3) When shrimp are done, toss into bowl with sauce and mix to fully cover shrimp in sauce. Enjoy! Love says these reheated well enough in the microwave for lunch the next day.
- 1 or 2 heads of Napa Cabbage, sliced in halfway lengthwise
- 1 tbsp Oil.. Garlic Oil is amazing on this but regular oil works well also
- 1 tbsp Ponzu Sauce
- 7 pepper seasoning
Step 1) Preheat over to 450 degrees. While oven is preheating take and slice cabbage and brush gently with Oil. Arrange on plate with cut side up.
Step 2) Bake for 10-13 minutes, flipping cabbage halfway through. Cabbage is done when the thick stem area can be easily poked with a fork. I also baked it for just 10 minutes and then turned the oven off and let them sit while everything else for dinner that night finished up, and they still turned out nicely!
Step 3) Transfer to plate and drizzle a little Ponzu sauce on each half and top with a sprinkling of 7 pepper seasoning.
This recipe was adapted from The Nourish Evolution.
6 Sea Scallops
1 tbsp oil
2 tbsp butter
1/4cup White wine
1 tbsp Siracha sauce
Step 1) Sear you scallops in a hot pan with a little oil to help keep them from sticking. It only takes about 2-3 minutes per side to sear them, and don’t over cook them as they get chewy.
Step 2) Once scallops are done, remove from pan and turn the heat down a little. Add the butter, white wine, and siracha sauce to the hot pan and allow to cook down to make a syrupy sauce. Once the sauce is ready drizzle over scallops.
Judy at the Wok Life has a great recipe for this one! The only thing I did differently was add more garlic, skip the sugar, and use regular soy sauce. Please visit Judy at The Wok Life for this recipe!
Spicy Seafood with Cabbage and Enoki Mushrooms was a huge success will be repeated another day!