5 Reviews

This dish had amazing flavor! We like hot and spicy foods, so I actually used 2 1/2 serranos (next time, I'd use 3),then I followed the recipe for the other peppers (I used poblano vs. ancho). Then, I added cayenne pepper and crushed red pepper, and it still wasn't "hot", but it had a great, rich taste and a nice kick. I used one whole sweet onion, and I did add the full amount of catsup. I served it with yellow, spanish rice, refried beans and fresh tortillas. I just can't say enough about the wonderful flavor of this sauce and the shrimp! This is definitely our new fave shrimp dish!

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edithhight January 15, 2012

Just made this for Christmas Eve Dinner. What a treat! this is excellent. I changed the peppers and only used one serrano pepper (I do not like it that spicy) but is was great!

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levezu December 25, 2009

This was delicious! I also added some roasted poblano chiles to the mixture, but omitted the serrano chiles because I cannot handle too much chile. Definitely will make this again!

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varinialuvsrichard October 19, 2006

This was outstanding! It tastes just like the camarones from my neighborhood taqueria and they always refuse to give me the recipe! Now I can make it at home and save lots of money. I doubled the amount of garlic and next time I will add more serranos ( I like it hot!) Thank you Amis... this is going into my favorites recipe book.

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cookiedog October 03, 2006

What a great dish! A nice fusion of spicy Chinese and Mexican. I added some roasted poblano cut into strips to the mixture because I was feeling sassy. I love poblanos and I loved this dish served over steamed white rice to temper the heat. Very good.

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Pot Scrubber October 07, 2005
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