This post is sponsored by SeaPak; all thoughts, words, and opinions are my own.
This weekend was a busy one, as we’re in the process of repainting the entire outside of our house. So I wanted to make something for my family for lunch today that was tasty and had a lot of flavor. I’ve tried SeaPak Shrimp before and it’s always a family favorite (my husband is CRAZY about their Shrimp Scampi), so I decided to try my hand at making Greek Shrimp Salad Cups. I love all things Greek, so we played around with a simple recipe and it came out wonderfully! You’ve got to try my simple lunch idea!
1 box SeaPak Shrimp Scampi, cooked and diced
1/2 cup plain Greek Yogurt
1/2 cup feta cheese
10-15 Kalamata Olives, diced
10 tomatoes, sliced
1/4 cup of cucumber, chopped
1/2 teaspoon garlic salt
1/2 teaspoon season salt
Start by cooking your SeaPak Shrimp Scampi in a skillet according to directions. I found SeaPak Shrimp in the frozen food aisle at Kroger. SeaPak makes it easy to get a delicious meal on the table after a busy day, especially when meal planning is the last thing on your mind, like today!
While the shrimp is cooking, I chopped up my tomatoes, cucumber, and olives and then mixed in the Greek yogurt, feta cheese, and seasonings. I stirred it all together well, then once my SeaPak Shrimp was cooked, I added in the diced shrimp and stirred together well.
Finally, I had little hard rolls on hand, so I cut out the center of the roll and spooned about 1/2 cup of Shrimp Salad into the bread bowl, then served cold.
Everyone really liked it and it had just the right mixture of seasonings and healthy ingredients like the cucumbers and tomatoes!
I preferred SeaPak shrimp because it already came seasoned and it takes MINUTES prepare!
To find what SeaPak products are available near you, just head to the product locator on the SeaPak website. My local Kroger makes it easy to purchase SeaPak and all of my mealtime necessities without the hassle.
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You may also enjoy this tasty Shrimp Dip recipe using SeaPak……
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of SeaPak. The opinions and text are all mine.