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We had this dish at a Chinese Restaurant and fell in love with it, so I was so happy to find this. I did decrease the salt to 1 teaspoon and that was plenty. Only other change I made was to dust the shrimp with cornstarch before cooking. Next time I will add some thinly sliced green onions. Served it over fried rice for an awesome dinner! This will go into my favorite "Zaar recipes cookbook. Thank you so much for sharing.

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Marie January 16, 2009

waay to hot - might have been the chili pepper we had in the freezer. We also halved the salt

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karen in tbay June 08, 2009

We fell in love with this recipe right off the bat! My family couldn't get enough! I served over some brown rice and had some sauteed veggies to go with it. Awesome!

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CookinNEatinGal April 01, 2009

Being sensitive to salt, I halved the amount and found it to be just about right. I also dusted the shrimp with cornstarch as suggested by Marie. The shrimp was very flavorful and spicy!

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iris5555 January 18, 2009
Salt and Pepper Shrimp