When M&F last met “The Fit Cook” Kevin Curry, the popular chef provided us with a great recipe for black bean quesadillas. As Easter approaches, the author of Fit Men Cook: 100 Meal Prep Recipes for Men and Women has provided M&F readers with an exclusive, ultimate dish for Easter holiday leftovers, with this high-protein, veggie-packed turkey and shrimp paella.
“Growing up, my house was where everyone wanted to be after Sunday service,” says Curry, who thinks sharing food is one of the best ways to show love.
“Instead of high calorie dishes, I try to lighten up some classic Southern recipes to give my own lean and healthy twist. But I don’t sacrifice taste with my recipes! Healthy doesn’t have to be boring So anything I bring to a family reunion not only tastes good, but is also good for you, and that’s something to look forward to!Paella is a mix of flavors and flavors. different ingredients, much like a family reunion where there are lots of different personalities at the table, but we create an unbreakable bond and endless treasured memories as a whole.
Curry’s Bootstrap Turkey and Shrimp Paella is a great dish to bring to the table. Whether as a main dish or as an accompaniment to an evening buffet, this nutritious and aromatic recipe will be a hit. Of course, paella is a great dish that can also be adapted your way, so if you have leftover ham or just want to experiment, don’t hesitate! And, this amazing meal doesn’t have to be limited to Easter, as it’s a great prep solution any time of the year.
“What I really love about my Bootstrap paella is that it gives me the essence of a beloved dish, while being lighter in calories, so it’s something I can enjoy anytime. throughout the week while tackling my wellness goals,” says the culinary champion.
Curry is all about bringing flavor to her steel skillet by Curry and Dash without going crazy on salt or adding too much oil. He uses low-fat, high-protein meats like turkey and prepares his meals with vitamin-rich vegetables. In this version of the dish, the curry also uses brown rice for its fiber content and positive effect on blood sugar.
“There’s this common misconception that health has to be boring and that’s so far from the truth,” says The Fit Cook. “This misconception is often the main reason people shy away from healthy eating in the first place. When creating my recipes, I make sure that flavor comes first, but in a way that promotes goodness. -being of spirit and body We feel the love at Easter!