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The exact recipe for bang bang sauce is: 1 cup mayonaise 3 tbsp huy fong chili garlic sauce 1 tbsp mae ploy sweet chili sauce 1 tsp lemon juice (mae ploy is a thai company) This info was from a chef that worked at Bonefish Grill.

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geektasticgirl September 01, 2009

Thank you for a lovely recipe. Very easy and quick and soooo tasty. I had to sub a little with what I had on hand, namely garlic pepper in place of garlic powder and I used crayfish (lobster) tails instead of shrimp. The spiced cornflour coating is mild, but very tasty, the crayfish was very tender from the buttermilk and the dipping sauce is absolutely yummy! Served in avocado halves and will definitely make again.

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Shazzie August 08, 2013

This was the best tasting version of the BG dish that I've found. Although there are recipes that are easier (less ingredients that is) that are almost as good. Just a note to JPKnight22 -Sriracha is the name of the type of chili sauce (comes from the Thailand town), Huy Fong is a brand (that's the one with the rooster on the bottle).

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Kim2ee August 30, 2009

THIS IS SO GOOD! I couldnt cook it fast enough,my brother and husband were standing over the plate like vultures!! Awesome Recipe! 5 stars for sure!!! We wrapped our shrimp, lettuce and green onions in a flour tortilla and had Bang Bang Shrimp Tacos! I will be making this again, SOON!

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IsabellaElizabeth January 19, 2013

This is an easy recipe and soooooo well worth the effort (which is minimal). Regardless of what you get at Bonefish, you will spend $25 per person once you tip. For a family of 4, I spent $100 last time I went and it was not nearly as good as the Shrimp and Steak I made at home for $40!!

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bb028 August 07, 2010

The only problem I have with this recipe is that I had to share the shrimp with my husband! I could have whorked the whole bunch down myself! We used frozen shrimp and had them as shrimp tacos. Great recipe, the taste and texture of the sauce is excellent and right on the money. Thanks!

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CruellaDeVille June 05, 2009

yup, right on we all loved it...no need to go to bone fish lol, not. But it was very, very good!

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Bratalli May 17, 2009

Excellent! Not for the faint of heart! I used Srarachi [?] and put them with lettuce on a tortilla for spicy shrimp tacos! Wow, they were spicy! Exactly the taste I was going for. Was in search of a recipe from Granite City Brewery, and this was right on for the shrimp and sauce. I may try to thin the sauce out a smidge, felt it was a little too thick on the shrimp when coated. Thanks for posting an excellent recipe. This is the closest to Bang Bang Shrimp I have ever tried!

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Messie Chef May 11, 2009

I made this last night and it was wonderful. I used the seapack fozen breaded shrimp. Everyone loved it and I would make it exactly the same next time. It tasted very much like the real thing. It was a party hit!

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lauraram.z April 07, 2009
Liar & Fatmouth Bang Bang Shrimp