Recipe by Starrett72
"A fresh alternative to an Asian classic dish, stir-fry. You can substitute the vegetables for your preference and seasons."
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peeled and deveined shrimp
freshly squeezed orange juice
minced fresh ginger root
salt and ground black pepper, to taste
green bell pepper, diced
yellow summer squash, cut into 1/4-inch slices
1 1/2 cups
Made this for dinner last night & the whole family loved it. My only change was at the end, mixed 1/4 c. water with 2tsp. cornstarch & added to the mixture. Gave it a nice glaze. Will make this again!!
Thanks to MATTYSMOMMY for the brown sugar suggestion. I added 4 or 5 Tbl and still was wishing I had used less cayenne and more orange zest, but it was good anyway, the shrimp was very tasty, and my husband liked it. Will probably try it again with a few changes.
Seldom serve shrimp so I was a bit hesitant. This recipe was very easy and didn't require any special ingredients. Not having all the recipe's vegetables, just tossed in anything that was handy and seemed practical. My group loved this meal. Needlessly, I didn't divulge any of these remarks...
I just happened to have some fresh ginger and garlic and shrimp was on sale so I thought I'd try this fresh seasoned stir-fry instead of using a pre-fab sauce. I always mix Udon noodles into my stir fry and was worried that it wouldn't be saucy enough but surprise, it blended in perfectly. I used broccoli, carrots and snow peas for my veggies. I'll make this again. Thanks for the great recipe!
i added a splash of white wine and soy suace while cooking veggies
I followed the recipe exactly. With the ginger/garlic/orange flavor combination, it seemed like this should have rocked. I was really disappointed.
I used chicken instead of shrimp (my family doesn't like seafood). The only other changes I made were to use 1/2 zucchini rather than the yellow squash (because my store didn't have it) and to add 2 tsp of brown sugar to cut the spiciness of the cayenne (we like spicy stuff - but there was too much cayenne for us). My kids didn't care for it (they doused it in teriyaki sauce), but my husband loved it. I would make it again for just the adults, but would cut the cayenne in half and perhaps add a bit more orange zest.
I made this recipe but ended up adding more orange juice. Used about a cup and added more ginger. My kids liked it and were surprised their dad and not their mom had made it. I would try adding a bit of brown sugar and maybe a little teriyaki as well next time. I did add a little starch to thicken the sauce and that really worked well. Will definitely make it again since Lent just started.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Orange Ginger Shrimp Stir-Fry
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 299
** Calories from Fat: 105
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