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Instructions. In a small bowl, combine the soy sauce and sesame oil. Whisk very well and set aside. In a skillet, heat olive oil over medium-high heat. Add shrimp, salt, and pepper.

Stir occasionally and cook until pink. Then set aside. In the same skillet, add garlic and onions. cook until onions. Add shrimp, 2 teaspoons salt, and pepper.

Cook 2 minutes per side and then take out of the pan and set aside (see video above). Now, add onions, garlic, ginger, salt, pepper, and butter. Saute for a minute.

Next, turn heat to high and add broccoli rice, carrots, and teaspoon salt. Mix for one minute. Add broccoli to a food processor and pulse about 5-10 times until rice-like and finely chopped. Heat a large skillet to medium-high. Add olive oil, onions and carrots and saute for about 5 minutes until softened.

Add red pepper flakes. Add shrimp. 1 3/4 cups water, divided. 1 1/2 cups instant white rice (such as Minute Rice) 4 cups broccoli florets. 1 large red bell pepper, chopped (about 1 1/3 cups) 2 tablespoons roasted peanut oil, divided.

1 teaspoon grated peeled fresh ginger. 3 garlic cloves, minced. 1.

Heat the wok over high heat. Pour 2 tablespoons of canola oil around the perimeter of the wok, stir in the garlic, and add the Shaoxing wine. Next, add the chicken stock mixture. Bring the sauce up to a boil, and add the shrimp and broccoli back to the wok. carrot sticks, seasoning, broccoli, salt, rice, shrimp scampi Chicken Broccoli Rice Casserole Foodista frozen chopped broccoli, water, minced onion, butter, cheddar cheese and 6 more.

Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium high heat. Add shrimp, and cook, stirring occasionally, until pink, about 2-3 minutes. Add broccoli, and coo.

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Made with shrimp it’s a protein packed, healthier option than takeout. Combine broccoli and water in a glass bowl; steam in microwave oven until slightly tender, 2 to 3 minutes. Step 2 Heat peanut oil in a large skillet or wok over medium-high heat.

Cook garlic in hot oil until fragrant.

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  • I was looking for a great fried rice recipe, and I think I’ve found it. I’ve seen a lot of shrimp fried rice recipes, but I like yours the best because it has so many vegetables in it and I like that. So I will be trying your recipe for sure. tfs this great recipe.

  • Thank you! We had some leftover uncooked shrimp and some broccoli and I sent my husband this recipe and he made it so quickly!! It was so good!!!

  • Just saw this dish and had to subscribe. I’ll have to use chicken instead of shrimp because of allergies. Definitely going to try it. Bet it smells delicious. Thank you for sharing��

  • When watching someone make stir fry i can tell when they’re going to day “add some water, salt, and CORN STARCH”. Many years ago Chinese used MSG as a seasoning, now today it’s soy sauce and CORNSTARCH.

  • 10 minutes? Maybe you should have mentioned that you need cooked rice for this dish, whether cold or recently cooked. Your attempt is a huge YAWN!

  • I want to be able to splash the water out of my wok onto the back wall and have it drain away!:) Also, corn starch and sugar….I wonder what the calorie content is.

  • felicidades, eres un chef increible muchas gracias por compartir esta receta. congratulations you are an incredible chef. thank you for sharing this recipe

  • ,_Broccoli Stir fry was soo mouth watering, good, tasty, delicious, I made a moderate amount and added some potatoes! Thank you for sharing this bliss fabalous cooking ��������recipe video 02/18/20.Tue @7:35PM.

  • Thank you, not to sound racist, but Chinese restaurants cook the best damn broccoli, I been trying to cook it like the Chinese folk my entire life. I don’t need nothing but your broccoli! I cook all types of meats, and your broccoli, I can eat it by itself as a whole meal. It be perfectly crunchy and seasoned!

  • I think you can save a step by adding marinate sauce while cooking shrimp for 2 minutes then add cooked broccoli to avoid overcooking your green.

  • Looks good girl and hubby trying too act all cute he know when you turn that camera off he is going too eat real fast because it look real tasty I wish I was there good content.��������

  • Always looking for healthy & easy recipes. Looks delicious �� I can’t wait to make this dish…I think I need to find my wok & use it to make this. Just subscribed.

  • Instead of the mushroom soy sauce I used oyster sauce, it came out great…but I’ll be sure to search for the first one next time I go shopping

  • I’m making this for hubby today. I didn’t have much soy sauce but I’m make do with what I have and hope for the best lol. I added white rice because my husband is Caribbean and cannot live without his rice.

  • I made this without the mushroom soy sauce and instead added some sauted mushrooms with soy sauce. I made a big batch and by the end everything was all gone. It tasted amazing

  • I just made it exactly how said it, it was delicious I doubled the recipe but I did go over the broccoli I dont like it steam but slightly soft, thanku I will b making it again

  • “Look at God.” ��������������������������������������������������

    The thumbnail pic made me click real quick. I love easy recipes. Looks delicious! I will try it. Thank you!

  • Followed this recipe using chicken with the shrimp, Chinese stir fry oil with sunflower oil and normal dark soy sauce, and it was a hit!! My mum had thirds. It was really delicious ���� thank you!

  • “Exactly how it’s made in takeout.” Except not. You forgot the MSG and there is literally no way they are using oyster anything. The truth is you can’t really screw up fried rice.

  • Shrimp fried rice for my son with gluten allergy. Didn’t use soy sauce, but a bit of fish sauce. Cutting the shrimp up stretched the meal too..Thanks for the recipe.

  • Is this called shrimp fried rice… no where near the authentic chinese… bull shit… and its authentic as per his thinking… ��

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  • This was the perfect video. Short, simple, easy to follow and very informative. Wish all cooking videos were this perfect. The dish came out better than I expected. Thank you!!

  • I love the video! Very intuitive! However, having worked at Panda Express and, dare I say, having mastered the cooking process of the fried rice and chow mein, using cold rice isn’t the best option, we cook the rice in a large pot and then separate it into trays that we keep in a steamer for a couple of hours before using them to make fried rice. The rice goes directly from the steamer to the wok when making the fried rice and is not given any time to chill. The rice having been in the steamer for a couple hours keeps the rice from getting that mushy texture when cooking into fried rice and creating that individually cooked grain texture that you love so much from Panda Express.

  • Sesame oil. Light soy sayce. Dark mushroom soy soyce. White onions.. sorry im at the supermarket and had to make a list of what i need and had to write it here real quick��

  • Do I need a wok to make these recipes? Or can I use whatever cookwear I already have; i don’t have the money to spend and would rather invest in the food, spices, etc. NOW….Beautiful, simple recipe! Thank you!

  • Pretty tasty recipe. I had a bit of a difficult time for a few reasons. The first problem was that I was cooking for six and wasn’t sure how to increase measuring. Secondly, I used too much cornstarch on the shrimp but it worked out in the end (I had to add more water when I got to the sauce). Thirdly, when I got to the step to add ginger and garlic it all popped out if the pan ( I ended up trying this step again and sautéed both ingredients off of the heat). Besides the mentioned, the recipe turned out great. I wish I can add a pic

  • Girl Smh… how childish for him to steal your thumbnail… We all know yours is the real one, he’s sitting there commenting on all the post that are calling him out.

  • I made this for my hubby and myself and man o man was it ever GOOD!! Please please start posting again! I love having you in my kitchen showing me awesome recipes after recipes! Most grateful to you!!!

  • 1 watched this 40 mins ago and now I’m ready with my shrimp fried rice. Took me 30 mins, from chopping veggies to cleaning the shrimp. It tastes awesome❤️

  • Why would you cook the eggs and shrimp first? If you going to to this then you remove them from the pan and then add back in later.

  • Not trying to make this a racial issue…!!! But I’m asian and you made this shrimp and garlic sauce MUCH BETTER THAN ASIAN TAKE OUT RESTAURANT!!

  • Hey I was just curious, I watched the vid but didn’t hear you say why you couldn’t taste the food when you fed your hubby. Was there a reason why?

  • When you don’t trust your local Chinese fast food restaurant cause og the COVID-19 ���� so your here now lol. Damn by the time this virus dies off everyone going to know how to cook

  • Great Recipe Janiel, I’ve had a bag of shrimp in the freezer for a month now and IDK why I haven’t made this. Last time I did was two years ago (wow time flies) so I’ll definitely be using your recipe next time!

  • Just made this and it came out sooo good! I had to google how to make a dark soy sauce substitute which was 2 tsp soy sauce 1/2 tsp molasses 1/8th tsp sugar ☺️. My mom and I loved it! Thank you

  • I recently learn from a restaurant chef that turning on a high heat to up the oil will bring out the fragrance of the fried rice and the ingredients. Of course, you have to adjust the cooking time accordingly.

  • Just found this video! Awesome video, everything about it lends itself to teaching in a calm and confident manner!! Thank you!
    I adore Shrimp Fried Rice, never made my own, but I have eaten in a restaurant that serves it…rice, soy sauce and a few, tiny shrimp! �� I can’t wait to use your video and make great Shrimp Fried Rice! Thank you!

  • Love broccoli and fried rice…amazing work! Keep up the great recipes, you rock girl! I love making this vegetable fried rice with chicken AND broccoli, a super protein packed treat. Gave you a thumbs up!:) ^-^

  • Yay!! I have all the ingredients..just cause so this is what I’m cooking! Thank you!
    But question.. Are you allergic to seafood that’s why you kept saying you can’t eat it?

  • Finally a healthy version of shrimp and broccoli other then going to the Chinese spot which they load all kinds of stuff in they food
    With super high calories

  • Easy to make, only takes about ten minutes.
    What about having to go down to the store and wander around getting all the ingredients?
    What about having to wait in line for ten minutes”
    What about having to drive all the waay home?
    What about having drag everything in to the house?
    What about having to wash and cook the rice?
    What about chopping that onion?
    Add in the ten minutes to make it and the whole thing took an hour and a half.

  • Wow just tried this recipe with my picky eating daughter and she loved it she said “ mom it taste like the Chinese restaurant” trust me that is a big complement. Thanks this is the best ����