Celery & Shrimp Pasta

Pass The Pasta Please!

by SaraSolomon - April 22nd, 2015

Celery is “not just water you have to chew!”

  • Not only is celery high in filling fiber, but it is also low in calories and extremely portable.

  • Celery is frequently touted as a “negative calorie food”, which would mean you would burn more calories than the celery actually contains just by chewing, swallowing, digesting and eliminating it.

  • According to Nancy Snyderman, MD (medical editor of NBC News), the calories burned in the total digestion process of celery are negligible.

Regardless of what you believe about celery, there is no denying it is a very filling and nutrient-packed low-calorie vegetable that is wiser to eat than the physique-sabotaging foods you are trying to avoid.

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Nutritional Facts

Serving Size: 1 Serving (With Sauce)

  • Calories: 103

  • Protein: 19 grams

  • Carbs: 4.5 grams

  • Fat: 1.5 grams

Cooking Instructions


  • 4 Celery Stalks

  • 1 Lemon

  • Salt-Free Lemon Pepper

  • 4 oz of Cooked Shrimp

  • Optional: 1 TBSP of Seasfood Sauce


  1. Peel 4 celery stalks into noodle shapes (use vegetable peeler).

  2. Place “noodles” into boiling water (with fresh squeezed lemon) for 10 minutes.

  3. Strain.

  4. Add ½ of a squeezed lemon and salt-free lemon pepper.

  5. Add 4 oz of cooked shrimp and the sauce (if you desire).

  6. Enjoy!

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