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Excellent recipe - I followed the recipe exactly using Plum jam/jelly. Great blend of flavore just right amount of "Hot" Loved it. Thanks for posting

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Bergy April 28, 2008

We really enjoyed this! The spices sounded like a lot - and we love spicy food - so I cut the chilli powder to 1 tsp and the pepper flakes to a 1/4 tsp. The blend of spicy yet sweet was just right and the consistency was perfect, coating the shrimp nicely. I used orange marmalade jelly, topped the shrimp with toasted sesame seeds and served them on basmati rice. Yum! And one pot cooking to boot! As Dollface65 suggested, adding broccoli should work well. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Soobeeoz March 17, 2006

Followed the recipe as written, was very good. Served as a finger type food instead of with the rice as written. Next time I will add brocolli, thicken sauce a little with cornstarch and serve over rice.

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dollface65 February 05, 2006

This recipe came together very quickly, and made a beautiful presentation. I was concerned about the amount of red pepper flakes for 2 servings, so I cut it in half. It was still very spicy, but about right for us - and we love spicy food. The combination of chili powder and the sweet Asian flavors didn't work for us. Next time I think I'll try leaving out the pepper flakes and chili powder, and using some Sambal Oelek instead.

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PanNan February 02, 2006
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