The fat is mostly from olive oil, which is completely healthy and good for you. The role cholesterol plays in health is debatable to say the least, but even so shrimp raises "good" and "bad" cholesterol proportionately. You can easily reduce the sodium by making your own breadcrumbs, using dry instead of canned beans, and using discretion when adding salt.
So many, substituted spinach for arugula, which I don't understand, arugula is delicious, but, I guess a matter of preference
Some chopped garlic in with the bread crumbs and rosemary and some diced tomatoes with the beans- wine instead of water. Fantastic. I also omitted the salt in the breadcrumbs b/c I used store bought which has enough salt in it and I used the Italian seasoned one. To Candy26, this isn't rated a "healthy" recipe and shrimp is high in cholesterol but still considered good for you on a limited basis.
How can anyone think this recipe is healthy? I'm sure it tastes good, but the fat(22g), cholesterol(172mg??), & sodium(691mg) content is definitely not at a healthy level. The recipe does have 35g protein & 8g fiber which is very good, but I would be concerned about the other levels if you really want to eat healthy!
yum! followed the last reviewer's advice and used white wine in place of the water. I also used whole wheat bread crumbs and a whole bag of baby arugula. It was easy and delicious!
Loved this meal. I used panko breadcrumbs and substituted the water for white wine- awesome!