12 Reviews

What an excellent recipe! So easy and absolutely delicious. I added some brocolli to mine and doubled the ingredients for the sauce as per Gloria in Tampa's suggestion. I served this dish on a bed of Vermicelli noodles. Will definely prepare this dish on a regular basis.

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jphillips April 27, 2007

This is so yummy! I doubled the sauce like other reviewers suggested...I served it over quinoa using Basic Quinoa and a side of steamed broccoli for an excellent meal...I also used fresh minced ginger instead of the powder stuff...made for "Help a Naked Recipe" tag game for recipes without photos...

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teresas September 07, 2012

This recipe was incredibly simple and delicious! I doubled the sauce as some suggested and it was the perfect amount. Also I added broccoli but otherwise went strictly by the recipe. I might use a little less crushed pepper next time, but it wasnt unbearably spicy. Yum!

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Cpmcgib October 05, 2011

Really yummy! Made an extra 50% of the sauce - didn't have chili flakes so I put in some sriracha hot sauce and served it over quinoa!

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Cadillacgirl September 24, 2009

This was a hit with me and my husband. Very simple to make. I actually made the sauce the night before and refrigerated it to save time. We served it with rice and a side of steamed broccoli. Thanks for sharing!

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JennK April 16, 2009

Great & Easy ! It will be a regular standby at our house. THANKS

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Martin G. January 14, 2009

Nyx January 19, 2008

This was a lovely recipe, and very easy to do. I also used fresh shrimp and stir-friend it with the green onions and garlic before adding the sauce. It wasn't the recipe I was searching for -- my local Chinese restaurant served a Szechuan shrimp with a very tangy tomato sauce, but it was a nice change.

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SheCooksToConquer October 06, 2007

This was a great recipe. We doubled the sauce and left out the onions. We also used uncooked shrimp with the tails still on. We served it with white rice from the rice cooker. Fantastic! We might try it with tofu or chicken as the sauce was so tasty and would probably go well with either one.

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bojmom August 12, 2007

Loved this! Made as directed, but used fresh ginger and raw shrimp, just stir-fried the shrimp with the onion and garlic for about 5 minutes until just done, then added sauce to heat through. Really easy and quick - a keeper for me.

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Kelly M. May 07, 2007
Szechuan Shrimp