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Made this for my son when he got back from a trip to San Francisco were he enjoys the chinese cuisine. Said this was the best!

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L DJ May 22, 2002

Whenever I make a dish with shrimp, I have to double it because my husband can eat 4 servings by himself. This recipe was no different. I thought this was very good, Sue. We both liked the contrast of spicy and mild flavors. I used 1 t. chile paste for a spicier version as you directed. Had to use frozen snow peas--couldn't get fresh :( but that was still ok. Will try this again when they are in season. Thanks for posting.

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ratherbeswimmin' January 16, 2004

This was delicious and very easy to make. Between my husband and I, it only fed two, but two hungry people. I highly recommend trying it.

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dlaurenstiles October 22, 2008

This was very tasty and easy to make, but I could have done with a bit more sauce. Since my shrimp were frozen as well (which tend to have salt in them) I didn't add as much salt as the recipe called for. But all in all a good one, and very nicely coloured. I bet a few cashews would be good in this :-)

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Sackville July 29, 2003
Cantonese Stir-fried Lover's Shrimp