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Paprika Spiced Shrimp with Citrus Cilantro Quinoa Salad
A pasta salad that’s a surprising combination of Japanese udon noodles and katsu sauce with the typical ingredients found in a Greek salad.
(amount per servings)
Total Calories: 143
Test Kitchen Tip: Katsu sauce is a sweet and tangy Japanese condiment that typically accompanies tonkatsu, a fried breaded pork cutlet. It can be found in the Asian aisle of some supermarkets or in an Asian market.
Recipe by McCormick
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