I'd had a great idea for using Tuna, but just didn't make it into the fish store for some.
I usually have shrimp in my freezer anyway and really, I love shrimp so...
1 lb. peeled uncooked shrimp
1 jar Mango Chutney ( I love Crosse & Blackwells Major Grey's Chutney)
1 tsp. Blackened Seasoning ( I used some of my Healthy Solutions Cajun Seafood Seasoning)
1 tsp. EVOO or Avocado Oil
Prepare the shrimp by threading it onto a skewer, then sprinkle with the Cajun Seafood Seasoning.
Set the shrimp into the pan, you want to 'blacken' the shrimp with the seasoning.
Serve with some Yaki Soba Noodles and snow peas and carrots or some other stir fried veggies. And use some of the Major Grey's Chutney for a dipping sauce for the shrimp. It's a fun, unique combination that tastes great.
I think this would also work well on the grill, or under the broiler but since my oven went on strike and said NO!! to my using it anymore, and I don't have a grill, I used a little fry pan instead.
And for some reason I've been on a blackened seasoning kick lately and have been pairing it up with all kinds of fun dips. And this one, I thought was a winner.
I know Chutney and Blackened seasoning? But it works, it really works together.
Healthy Solutions Spice Blends. I've used a lot of their seasoning mixtures and haven't found a bad one yet. No sugar, no salt, no MSG. I love this stuff.
Now go check out all the other Seafood on a Stick. Sue of A Palatable Pastime is our hostess this month and it was her idea to put our seafood on a stick. Sorry Sue, but I used some bamboo skewers, no sticks unless you count the toothpicks? .
Next month we've got to stuff a whole fish, giggle, and it won't be shrimp, or maybe it will, who knows.