6 Reviews

Very good! I thought there wouldn't be enough dressing but it was just fine! I added sesame seeds as well. Will make it again. Thanks for the recipe!

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mmhartnagel February 27, 2010

I really liked this unique way to prepare bean sprouts. It was very quick and easy to make and tasted very refreshing. However, I felt as though it was missing something. Perhaps it was because I didn't add the dried shrimp, which I've actually (surprisingly) never heard of. Perhaps that would add the certain ZING I felt it was missing. Maybe next time i will throw in a little garlic or ginger to up the flavor. But, I would make this again, perhaps with one of these modifications. Or, with the dried shrimp (if I can find it).

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Goodlookin' Cookin' May 12, 2008

I love this! As I am continously growing sprouts in my kitchen I'm always looking for new ways to enjoy them. I've used mung bean sprouts and also a mix of clover, alfalfa, fenugreek and radish sprouts. This is quick and delicious immediately or if you make it and let it sit in your fridge for 30 minutes. Thanks!

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Mrs.R February 22, 2008

I LOVE THIS!!!! I've been making this four nights a week! Instead of shrimp I add toasted sesame seeds. YUM!!!

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jrusk October 16, 2007

This has a lovely fresh taste. Easy to throw together too. I didn't use the dried shrimp. Enjoyed the sesame flavour. Thanks for posting twissis.

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Jewelies January 25, 2007

I served this mounded up in the center of a plate, surrounded by DieniaB's steamed buns. pretty to look, lovely to eat. A nice cool crunch with a lovely after taste of shrimp and sesame oil--and so easy! This will be made again.

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Chef Kate June 27, 2006
Kathy #2 - Bean Sprout Salad (Zwt II - Asia)