Very tasty recipe. I used 1 pound of shrimp & doubled the sauce. I added sliced peppers & mushrooms to the onions & used 2 teaspoons of red pepper flakes, next time I will use more because I like spicy. I thought that doubling the sauce made a little too much but I would rather have too much than not enough, especially since the sauce was good enough to eat on its own.
Delicious and easy to make! Used half the amount of shrimp, and had just the right amount of sauce.
This is so good! I tripled the recipe (but doubled the sauce). I added some fresh ginger to this recipe. Thank you for posting this wonderful recipe.
This was absolutely delicious!! The only thing I really changed is instead of actual sesame seeds, I added a sesame seed paste to the sauce, since I didn't have any on hand, and they had already been roasted and ground to a paste. We ate this with butter naan, and it was heavenly! Will be making this again for sure.
I doubled the sauce ingredients so we would have some to spoon over our rice. Excellent!
Amazing and super easy ! This one is a keeper .... I laid the shrimps on top of shredded romaine and red cabbage with a light asian salad dressing........Yum !
I don't know who Ricardo is, but I like this recipe! I cut it in half and was pleased with how easy this is. I will make this again. Thanks, Boomette!
Very tasty. I used half of the shrimp and kept sauce as is. It's a very unique taste and a nice change from the typical Shrimp Scampi that I make. Thanks!
I made this last night for sis and BIL and we really loved it. I also doubled the sauce and added about 2 tsp of the chili flakes. This is one I'll be making again and again. Thanks France.
wow this is very good, I increased the garlic to 2 tablespoons and used 1 teaspoon crushed chili flakes, probably could have used more my DH and DS complained it wasn't spicy enough for them, I also increased the sesame seed slightly, this dish is one I will make again in the near future, my DH and DS enjoyed this for a late Sunday brunch, thanks for sharing Booms!