11 Reviews

Excellent flavor! DH and I just loved this dish. Very easy to prepare. Has a nice touch of heat to it. I cut it in half and came out perfect. I plan to make this one of my repeat recipes on the WW program. Great one dish meal. Thanks, Bri22 for posting.

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teresas April 02, 2007

Yummy but we'll double the broccoli next time.

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cuppycakes October 25, 2014

I feel strange reviewing this, as I made it with stir-fried CHICKEN instead (for husband's supper; I'm a vegetarian!) and just wanted to say that he LOOOVVVVVVED it. Can't wait to try with shrimp...the sauce is so piquant and tasty (I stole some of the broccoli from his plate...)

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La Dilettante October 11, 2011

This is one of our favorite recipes! I double the sauce and use the chile garlic garlic paste that you find in the Asian aisle instead of Heinz (that helps with the sweetness). I also add a touch of sesame oil to the soba noodles before I mix the shrimp and broccoli in. So yummy!

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srenaek January 10, 2011

This was pretty good, could have used a bit more sauce, next time I think I'll double the chilic/cornstarch mixture. I like my stir-fries to be saucy! thanks for the recipe!

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cookin_nurse December 08, 2009

Really good! I added zucchini, snow peas and carrots since I have a lot fresh from my garden. Definitely has a kick. Thank you!

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Vino Girl August 25, 2009

This is my families new favorite dish! My girls are both in college and when they come home this is what they request. We like our dishes hot and spicy, so I added quite a bit of crushed red pepper. This is really yummy!!

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NanaJulie August 22, 2008

This was quite flavorful. I made about twice the sauce because I added extra vegetables (carrots and cauliflower and water chestnuts). I also splashed in a bit of soy sauce and sesame oil. I served it with curly noodles. My 8 year old ate it - even though she thought it was spicy. Thanks for sharing!

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pattikay in L.A. May 08, 2008

We are trying to eat healthier, and I admit that I am struggling with the "lack of taste" that so many light recipes seem to have. Admittedly, this was surprisingly good for being a light meal. It had a good flavor and a little zip. The prep time needs to be adjusted because it doesn't take into account marinating the shrimp, which completely threw me off when starting to make it.

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Fyrestorm March 23, 2008

This was pretty good. I thought it was a bit too sweet for hubby and my tastes though. Next time I'll probably use 1 tsp or less sugar. I added yellow bell pepper, celery, and sliced onion in addition to the broccoli.

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Zanni February 19, 2008
Shrimp & Broccoli in Chili Sauce (9 Ww Pts)