Eating Well: Shrimp Stir Fry


I have made plenty of Shrimp Stir Fry recipes on this site (seen here, here and here - sorry for the teeny, tiny pictures), and despite the name, this one is really no healthier than the rest.  I adapted the recipe from Eating Well, that's all, hence the name.  Are we cool?  Super. 

But here's what I did differently...  
First, I always roast my shrimp in the oven.  Toss with some olive oil, salt and pepper, place on a baking sheet, and roast for exactly 5 minutes in a 400 degree oven.  Perfect every time.  
Second, I came up with my own selection of vegetables: mushrooms, snow peas, red pepper, carrots, yellow cauliflower and bok choy.  
Basically, I only used the recipe for the sauce.  And it was delicious!

*I know it's been awhile since I've come up with my own recipe, from start to finish, but I'm working on that.  An Ultimate Oatmeal Cookie (sans the raisins, those are for toddlers) if you must know.  So look forward to that.  Also in your future: Black, White and Gold Truffles for the Oscars.  

*And this is an aside, but my son is sitting next to me writing a "blog about zoo animals" on his toy computer, he tells me.    


Chef Karen said...

I use dried cherries in my oatmeal cookies. Have you tried that?

Unknown said...

Oven-roasted my shrimp and I, too, will never cook them any other way ... perfection! Great dish that has become my go-to stir fry.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing this recipe. I want to cook this because this is my favorite. I hope that I can cook this perfectly. I wish that you have also a stir fried chicken recipe that I want to cook also.


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