Good recipe and great flavor. I doubled everything except soy sauce but thought it was still a bit salty. Next time I'll either use light soy or use half of the amount called for. Will definitely be making this again!
Simple, easy and tasty..... agree with other reviewers that it's better to use low-sodium ingredients as it's pretty heavy on the sodium count other wise..... but it tastes amazing! Even my super -fussy-raised-in-the-Caribbean-hot-chilli-sauce-husband thought it was good. Thanks for the recipe!!
I was looking for something to use up some shrimp from my freezer - this was delicious! For ZWT6 N family picks.
Pretty good recipe! I doubled the sauce - at least! - but I used low-sodium soy sauce, and didn't have any problems with it being salty. I also used fresh ginger, and added some red pepper flakes with the cayenne pepper. I threw in the onions at the same time as the garlic; probably should have added them with the shrimp instead. Easy and tasty, something I'll be making again!
This is a very quick, easy dish, and I like all the flavors, except I did find it too salty so I did not use all of the sauce(it was doubled). I think low sodium soy sauce would be a good choice for this recipe. I thought the amount of heat was just right. I was happy to try this for the PAC event.
I was really surprised how quick and easy these came together. Really great flavor that you for posting I'll be making these often since they are so fast and good.
This was excellent and will be made more often. Was easy to do and quick to prepare.Couldnt fiqure out what to do with the onions so I just added them at the last minute with the shrimp. Thanks for a great meal.
This was great. I used large prawns and added some chili oil with the cooking oil, for added "heat". Thanks for posting this!
This has a very nice sauce, pleasantly spicy (I doubled the cayenne), with a satisfying flavor combination. I made a single serving of shrimp over some whole wheat noodles and I used the whole recipe for sauce, so for a pound of shrimp, I would probably double the sauce ingredients - however, I would not double the soy sauce because I think it would be too salty, as I found it borderline salty as is. Thanks for posting!
I didn't have any sherry, so I left that out, but otherwise I made it as directed. The family liked it ok, and although they weren't 'wowed' by it, it was all eaten. I'll definitely try this again once I have the sherry and see what a difference that addition makes.