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Pretty good. I added 1 teaspoon of garlic like other posters suggested.
I cooked it exactly- shrimp was cooked but not rubbery!
Very nice. Omitted the water chestnuts as we had a lot of snow peas. And added a couple dashes of sriracha sauce to perk it up. Thanks for sharing.
Liked this recipe a lot! Used sake instead of sherry; low sodium soy sauce; and peanut oil instead of vegetable oil. I normally keep my gingerroot in the freezer, and grate it (frozen) to use in stir fries; I mixed the grated ginger with the shrimp while it was marinating, and that way it infused the shrimp with a lovely fresh ginger flavor. Also added some dashes of red pepper flakes into the shrimp marinade. Nice and light dish!
This was wonderful. I re-read the directions a few times and wondered if things would cook correctly (I hate overcooked shrimp). But I followed them to a tee and everything was right on! Shrimp were tender, the marinade is a nice touch. I think I might add a little garlic next time.
Hi Jen's Kitchen, what a great dish! I love stir-fry's and this one was really wonderful! We added sliced red bell peppers & crushed red peppers which we added to the oil with the ginger. It was awesome! Served it with white rice but it wasn't necessary, it was so good alone. A definite keeper - thanks for posting. Suggested by TeresaS for "I Reccommend .... A New Thread." Diane :) Totally forgot the addition of sesame seeds, it was :yummy:, thanks Diane
This is great. I love stirfrys and this was no different. We liked the sauce and and loved the slight sweetness from the sherry.
This is a very nice stir fry and pretty with the snow peas and other veggies. I have to say I like my Asian food a bit on the spicy side, so I kicked mine up a bit with more soy sauce and chili paste. However, my teenage daughters loved it just this way and declared it their favorite shrimp dish ever. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders game.
This is really good! It has only 6 WW points without the rice. The only improvements I can think of would be to add some red peppers, not for taste but for presentation. This is really easy to prepare and the taste is just what you think it will be. Thanks Jen'e Kitchen for posting.
Simple and delicious. Great recipe, a real keeper