If you’ve had arugula at any point, it was probably in a salad. Its bitter taste makes it distinguishable among more simple-flavored green leaf vegetables, like lettuce and spinach, and make it more interesting to cook with it.
This week, Team Salud teaches you how to prepare arugula with shrimp and a delicious blackberry cobbler.
Arugula has an important content of calcium, which makes it beneficial for your bones, as well as your heart health.
You can use arugula to add an interesting texture to your sauteed shrimp.
- Heat up oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add tomatoes and cook them until they blister.
- Add garlic, and cook for 30 more seconds. Then add the shrimp and cook them stirring occasionally until they are almost opaque.
- Add arugula, salt and pepper, and cook everything for one more minute. The add lemon juic and stir to mix it all very well.
Review Martha Stewart’s website to see the full recipe and video.
If you are as obsessed with berries like us, you will find this blackberry cobbler recipe spectacular. Although they are not citrics, blackberries actually have a high content of vitamin C.
- Preheat the oven at 350 degrees. In a bowl, combine a cup of self-rising flour and a cup of sugar.
- Stir in milk, and then melted butter. Put the mixture in a greased baking pan.
- Spread the blackberries and ¼ cup of sugar over the mixture. Cook for 50 minutes, and spread two more tablespoons of sugar over the cobbler. Cook for ten more minutes, and it will be ready to serve right away.
You can find the full recipe in thecozycook.com
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