8 Reviews

What a great tasting dish and so easy to make! I did not add any jalapeno because I was afraid it would be too hot for my taste. Otherwise, I followed your instruction exactly. The sauce was superb and I will be making this dish again and again. Thanks so much for sharing this great dish! :-)

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Merlot August 12, 2002

This recipe is easy to make and so delicious. My son asked for a copy for friends. Need I say more?

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Linda Stuart February 05, 2003

This goes together so quickly, it really is perfect for a weeknight dinner. I made this exactly as posted and found it to be very pleasant. However, even with the crushed red pepper and the jalapeno, I felt it needed a bit more punch. I ended up adding some more soy sauce for added flavor. Thanks for sharing. Made for Fall PAC 2012.

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JackieOhNo! October 29, 2012

My wife told me this was the best shrimp she had ever eaten!! (quite a compliment for her) I did make a few modifications. Instead of chicken broth, I boiled the shrimp shells for broth. Also I substituted crushed garlic (5 cloves) and 2 serrano peppers instead of jalapeno. Thanks for a great recipe.

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melderis July 09, 2009

This is very good !!, Quick and easy to make. I tried 1 tsp of Red pepper flakes as we generally like our food hot but it was to much, I think 3/4 would be better if you like a bit of a kick to it.

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chileoggie November 28, 2008

Easy to make, and delicious. I used only 2 bell peppers, instead of 3, and that was plenty. The heat from the jalapeno, and pepper flakes was just enough, not overwhelming. Great for a meal after a long work day.

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Diana_re2004 August 15, 2006

Wonderful! I made this for lunch today even though I was dining solo. To overcome the risk of the uneaten shrimp getting tough I removed 1/4 of the sauce after step 3. I placed this in a smaller pan on simmer, add 8 shrimp and finished the small pan from there. To the large pan I added bite-sized pieces of precooked chicken thigh and simmered for 5 minutes. After cooling during lunch, I divided the chicken sauce into 3 servings in ziplock freezer bags and froze them. Just thaw, heat and serve. They'll be very nice future meals. Like you I leaned a bit heavy on the crushed Red Pepper Flakes. I also only used 2 Red Bell Peppers and added 1 Green Bell for eye appeal. I'm looking forward to serving this to guests who appreciate good food. Thanx for posting this great recipe. Pierre

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Pierre Dance November 09, 2004

Very good--and so easy! I loved the sauce--I think it will be fun to experiment with different adaptations of it. I'd also like to try it with chicken. Thanks for this recipe!

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jmelyn May 18, 2004
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