Friday, 13 September 2013

The Spicy Vegetable With Shrimp Stir Fry

Shrimp Stir Fry
Shrimp Stir Fry
Shrimps are part of the special dishes prepared in Asian Cuisines or Chinese restaurants all over the globe.  It maybe because shrimps can costs a little higher than beef or pork or even chicken.  But using shrimps in your stir fry does not really mean it is expensive compared with flank steak, pork or chicken.  You only need a pound or maybe less of the shrimps to go very well with vegetables and special sauces to satisfy a family of four.

Shrimp stir fry can be prepared easily and quickly in your kitchen.  Like this spicy dish we are sharing with you today, this comes from a Korean Temple Cuisine in New York City that adds more flavor than taste.  The heat on this dish might just rev up your metabolism and keep you awake for awhile to enjoy your beer.  Let us begin stir frying then.


  • One fourth cup of soy sauce, the low sodium is preferred
  • One fourth cup sake or Japanese wine
  • Two tablespoons of sugar
  • One tablespoon of dark (toasted) sesame oil
  • One tablespoon of chopped garlic
  • One tablespoon of finely chopped or grated ginger
  • One cup of large diced red bell pepper
  • One cup large diced green bell pepper
  • One cup large diced onion
  • One cup cubed cabbage
  • One cup sliced carrots
  • One half teaspoon red pepper flakes or more is you desire
  • 24 pieces of large shrimp, shelled and deveined (more if you desire too)

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  • Please combine to begin with, the first six ingredients in a small mixing bowl; the soy sauce, the sake, the sugar, the dark toasted sesame oil, the chopped garlic and the grated ginger.  Stir until they are smooth and thoroughly combined.
  • Then heat on high heat a wok or a large skillet over your American stove.  Once hot enough add the soy sauce mixture to the skillet and cook until the sauce thickens for about one minute. 
  • Add the vegetables and toss to combine with the sauce.  Add the red pepper flakes and continue stirring the ingredients in the pan.  Toss the ingredients till the vegetables are soft for about one minute. 
  • Then add the shrimps and the one fourth cup of water to the wok. 
  • Cook by stirring often until the shrimps are just cooked through for about two to three minutes more.
  • Remove from the skillet and divide among four plates or bowls for serving. 
  • Serve immediately while hot and great with steam cooked rice. 
  • This shrimp stir fry is very healthy and is a favorite among some of the Asian cuisines around the world. 
  • While this could be a little expensive in the restaurants, doing this stir fry at home would be a big reduction in cost and value of the meal.  It is so simple and quick to prepare and can easily be perfected in your kitchen.  This will give you delightful reviews from the family and will receive repeat orders in the future. 
  • Enjoy and have fun in your kitchen.
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