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Stir Fried Veggie-Shrimp in Soy-Based Sauce (Gluten Free)

Stir Fried Veggie-Shrimp in Soy-Based Sauce (Gluten Free) created by Mesha T.

A very simple recipe. For a while I had a shrimp-craving, so I whipped up this super tasty and healthy recipe! The many vegetables bring out their delicious aroma and soak into the shrimp, giving the meal a delicate and unique taste. I like to put in a lot of ginger (I have the ginger fever), but that's just my personal taste. You can add or reduce vegetables to your liking. I reccomend not to add salt or sugar or any really strong spice. Leave it subtle. That way each vegetable can bring out the most of its delicacy. You can serve with rice, rice noodles or just eat it plain. Tastes best when served hot and fresh from the wok.

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  • 1. in a large wok, heat up the sesame and olive oil on medium-high heat. Be careful not to burn the oils. You can check if the oil is hot by drizzling a drop of water into the wok. If it's hot it'll sizzle.
  • 2. When the oils are hot add the vegetables, garlic and ginger. Stir fry untill the vegetables are slightly tender.
  • 3. When the vegetables are slightly tender, add the sauce ingredients and the shrimp to the vegetables. Continue stir frying untill the shrimp are pink and the vegetables are crisp-tender.
  • 4. Serve hot and fresh from the wok. The juices from the vegetables are delicious on rice or rice noodles. Enjoy!
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"A very simple recipe. For a while I had a shrimp-craving, so I whipped up this super tasty and healthy recipe! The many vegetables bring out their delicious aroma and soak into the shrimp, giving the meal a delicate and unique taste. I like to put in a lot of ginger (I have the ginger fever), but that's just my personal taste. You can add or reduce vegetables to your liking. I reccomend not to add salt or sugar or any really strong spice. Leave it subtle. That way each vegetable can bring out the most of its delicacy. You can serve with rice, rice noodles or just eat it plain. Tastes best when served hot and fresh from the wok."
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  1. Mesha T.
    Made this using a bag of frozen oriental stir fry vegetables. Served it over Jasmine rice. It was pretty tasty! We also thickened the sauce while it was cooking with some water/corn starch. It had a lot of liquid due to the vegetables being frozen.
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  2. Mesha T.
    Stir Fried Veggie-Shrimp in Soy-Based Sauce (Gluten Free) Created by Mesha T.
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  3. Cozzy
    A very simple recipe. For a while I had a shrimp-craving, so I whipped up this super tasty and healthy recipe! The many vegetables bring out their delicious aroma and soak into the shrimp, giving the meal a delicate and unique taste. I like to put in a lot of ginger (I have the ginger fever), but that's just my personal taste. You can add or reduce vegetables to your liking. I reccomend not to add salt or sugar or any really strong spice. Leave it subtle. That way each vegetable can bring out the most of its delicacy. You can serve with rice, rice noodles or just eat it plain. Tastes best when served hot and fresh from the wok.
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