Hands up if you hate wasting food? Yes, there’s nothing worse than seeing delicious food go to waste, but sometimes there’s just no room left at the inn to eat them all up. Many people leave leftovers because they think they can eat them the next day, but it turns out that eating leftovers can actually make you sick. There are certain foods that just don’t last, so you might want to avoid them at all costs.
You’ve probably heard this one before. While there’s no doubt about the fact that rice is delicious and incredibly versatile, it’s not wise to keep rice any longer than you need to. In fact, it’s best to just eat it all up, as leftover rice can make you really sick if you don’t store it properly. It is possible to eat leftover rice, but you need to make sure that you place it in the fridge within two hours of it being cooked.
If you’re the kind of person that loves seafood, you could feel inclined to take leftover fish for your lunch the next day. While this could be tasty, it might not be very healthy for you. That’s because bacteria can grow on fish without you realizing it, and this could see you becoming ill with food poisoning in no time.
Although there are some people in this world who love to get themselves ready for the day with some raw eggs, most of us know that eggs almost always have their friend salmonella with them. Because eggs have to be cooked very specifically to kill this bacteria, it’s not wise to keep them for any length of time. If they are not cooked properly in the first place, leaving them even a few hours can cause this bacteria to multiply.
Wasting food is never fun, but sometimes it’s better than getting ill from bad leftovers.
In 20 minute you can prepare honey garlic shrimp. Yes, it is that quick and incredibly simple to prepare. The end result is a gastronomical adventure. You can serve this delicious dish with veggies and brown rice or simply toss it on a salad. The best part is that this dish is also a healthy one. So, read on and learn this recipe to make this dish a part of your regular meal.
1/3 cup of honey 1/4 cup of soy sauce 2 garlic cloves (finely minced) 1 tsp minced ginger (optional) 1 lb medium of uncooked shrimp (peeled and deveined) 2 tsp of olive oil Green onion chopped (for garnish but optional)
Take a medium sized bowl and add soy sauce, honey, ginger (if you are using) and garlic. Whisk it nicely. You will be using half this mixture for the marinade that will take place in the next step while the other half will be used for cooking all the shrimps.
Place the shrimps in a huge sealable container or even a zipped-top bag. Pour half the marinade on top and give it a good shake or you could even stir it. Keep the entire container or bag inside the refrigerator and let all the shrimp marinate for about 15 minutes. You could also let it stay for about 8-12 hours. Stow away the other half of the marinate mixture in the refrigerator. If you want to save some time, you can steam some broccoli and also microwave some brown rice as the shrimps are marinating.
On a medium-high flame, heat some olive oil using a skillet. Remove the shrimps from the refrigerator and put them on the skillet. One the shrimps have turned pink on one side, flip them. Close to 45 seconds on either side should be enough. Take the other half of the marinade that you had refrigerate separately and pour it in. Cook it for another 1-2 minutes until the shrimps are cooked through.
Garnish some green onion on this dish and it is ready to be served.