Shrimp Stir-Fry With Ginger root Broccoli


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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 cook, stirring frequently, until tender, about 2-3 minutes.

Stir in soy sauce mixture. Add the garlic and stir-fry for 30 seconds. Add the carrots, snap peas and bell peppers, along with about 2 tablespoons ginger-almond sauce.

Stir-fry for 3–4 minutes on high heat. When the carrots are nearly fork-tender, add the zucchini ribbons, shrimp and Thai basil. Ingredients: 1 tablespoon peanut oil 4 cups fresh broccoli florets 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/4 cup water or chicken broth 1 pound medium shrimp peeled and deveined 2 teaspoons fresh minced ginger 1 tablespoon soy sauce 1 teaspoon sesame oil 1 teaspoon hot oil (optional). when oil is hot, add shrimp and cook for about 90 seconds on each side and remove from the pan add fresh minced ginger to the pan and stir fry for 45 seconds add broccoli to the pan and continue to stir fry 2-3 minutes until it turns bright green and starts to soften, then add green onions and cook 30 seconds return shrimp to the pan.

Ingredients 1 pound large shrimp shells removed 3 cups broccoli florets 1 onion thinly sliced 2 tablespoons olive oil divided. Ingredients 1 pound medium shrimp, peeled and deveined 1 tablespoon cornstarch 2 1/2 tablespoons canola oil, divided 1/4 cup (1-inch) diagonally cut green onions 2 teaspoons minced peeled fresh ginger 3 garlic cloves, thinly sliced 2 cups broccoli florets. Heat half the oil in a wok or pan, and add the chopped garlic.

Saute for a minute and add shrimp. Stir fry the shrimp on high heat for 2-3 minutes till it starts turning pink. Add the broccoli and vegetables and stir fry again for 2-3 minutes.

To make this shrimp stir fry recipe, whisk together the lemon juice, garlic, soy sauce, vinegar, ginger, lemon zest and sesame oil in a small bowl. Add the cornstarch and whisk until there are no lumps. In another bowl, season the shrimp with salt and.

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The trick is to get the flavors right. You can’t skimp out on this part because it makes all the difference between something that’s highly enjoyable to. Fry the shrimp for 1 minute on each side.

Remove the shrimp from the pan and pour in the remaining 1 tablespoon of oil. Toss in the onion and remaining ¼ teaspoon of salt and sauté for a few minutes until they begin to soften. Add in the broccoli, garlic and soy sauce and sauté until the garlic.

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  • I’m going to break down & purchase sesame oil. My question is, what everyday Chinese to-go dish has a strong sesame oil flavor after preparing? I’m also trying to figure out what is the prominent flavor of chicken lo mein? My top two favorite foods!! Broccoli & shrimp! Thank for showing your recipe. Have a wonderful week. ������

  • Your mouth noise does not bother me in the least, don’t care about that at all. People complain at times about my mouth sounds, screw them!

  • What a delicious recipe. Great ingredients too. Cool background music…perfect. What a fabulous plate! Sal, you have outdone your usual awesome cooking!

  • Finally got around to making this tonight exactly as prescribed here and it was fantastic. So flavorful for something with such basic ingredients and a simple process! Only one thing I did differently which was that I made a heck of a lot more than Ling did haha!…Thank You.

  • Wow I really love your channel!!
    I know a few trustworthy channels and yours is one of them. Jic you guys want a another shrimp recipe������❤:

  • Excellent video footage! Hereabouts at Y&S FOOD! we really like to notice these sort of content. We create Travel & Food videos too, around the globe, and therefore we are always looking for inspirations and also good ideas. Thank You.

  • Happy Friday Sal.. This is my kind of cooking.. Love me some seafood as well.. Thanks for this recipe YUMMY! Bless weekend. Rock On! XXOO

  • Hi there, I’m back to let your viewers know I made your recipe and it is outstanding! I’ve made it several times and its a hit. Thank you for sharing this special recipe with your viewers. PS I love fresh ginger so I added a small piece. Lol

  • I just made it with no meat, and with rice ohhhh very nice next time I’ll try with prawns or chicken yummmmo thanks heaps for sharing this recipe

  • I forgot about this recipe until today, I had all the ingredients on hand so I just made it for dinner, I shared some with my dog he likes to eat what I eat. It’s delicious and soooo easy quick! Thank you! ��

  • Channel doing bad? Dude you’re pushing 10k subs. Loved the cook Sal, my fat ass needs to be on weight watchers this meal makes it look easy.

  • I like this recipe so simple everybody can cook! Shrimps are good marinated well. For the broccoli, I just blanch it until it changed the color grenier and crispy just for 2 minutes take out from the hot water transfer to a bowl and set a side. I don’t pour cold water not to remove the vitamin we can get from broccoli. Thanks for sharing.

  • Hello! I made your recipe for dinner tonight and it was delicious!! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe, now I know a great new sauce to make for shrimp or vegetables!:) <3

  • This dish makes me want to be on Weight Watchers! Damn delicious bud! I could eat this daily!!….and you made it so quick! Glad you heard from Lasse too!

  • New friend here sis,looks great your shrimp brocolli sis,I will surely try this,thank u for sharing sis,Stay Safe and God Bless..more videos sis..

  • I’d take a bowl of that any day Sal! The ginger garlic sauce sounds killer. Kirins some good stuff. Glad to hear Lasse is coming back, it’s been a while. Wok on brother!

  • Miss Xiao, Your video is very Professional, intro, sound, music and the Best part is your Recipe begin with images of the Ingredients and eds with an Delicious Dish, Recipe very simple and EASY to cook, Thank you very much, I’m ready to cook (I don’t have at moment white pepper but I’ll buy next time to go shopping). Thanks Again.

  • I like this. A nice simple recipe without many steps. I wonder what the logic is behind using new oil…when you can just use the same oil you fried the shrimp in…

  • The sauce is very simple & versatile. I have made this recipe several times now & my family loves it!! I just add alittle more water after cooking it for more sauce. I have used the sauce to make beef & broccoli, chicken & broccoli even a vegetarian version for a friend. Thank you for sharing this recipe ��

  • I love how she thought me easy dishes and I don’t have to worry anymore.It’s her relaxing way that has encouraged me.I do a lot of Asian dishes.Follow this Chef she’s fantastic.Just like listening to our own Mama.

  • Hold the shrimp please…. bottom feeders can not be healthy. This is only logical. They taste excellent, but they are not good for you logically and scientifically.

  • Love your cooking instructions. So easy. Do you make koo chai dumplings? Not sure which region makes or if i spelled correctly. Steamed or pan fried. Minced spinach topped w garlic black sauce.

  • I LOVE A NOISY WOK.!! The smell had to be off the hook. What a great way to meet the neighbors. Lol. To have an amazing meal, and it’s healthy?? Jackpot. Nicely Done. Thanks for sharing.

  • I love this! Very simple to make and quick! I’m wondering if you can use frozen Broccoli? It’s not the commercial variety, but some that we blanched 2-3 mins and then froze. I was wondering if it would be mushy?
    Thank you for sharing this delicious looking recipe!

  • I don’t have that weber insert and all, but I know deep down that this is about the best way to sir fry in the world. At least that’s what I think. I would have added more wine:-)

  • I love the simplicity of your videos.

    I would love for you during the beer and food tasting to pull the camera shot back a little bit. Just a creative suggestion.

  • Is there a substitute I can use for cornstarch that will still help me velvet the shirmp? Im trying to reduce the carbohydrates on this for a slightly healthier meal.

  • This is one of the best and easy things ive ever learned to cook!!! I put it over a heap of jasmine rice wich i buy in easy micro pouches!!

  • I’m late again this week… It’s worth the wait, though. If Winter would only let go just a little bit, I’d be compelled to break out the Weber Wok (my favorite Weber toy) and give this a try. Zero points… That means I can absolutely pig out… Or as Roger Waters would say, “Keep on diggin’! ��

  • This is a great dish, no question about it.. but the moment you add the “�� corn starch, the whole dish is unhealthy for some of us.. sorry

    What I would do for my family when I’ll make your great recipe is, I will substitute the corn starch with almond or walnut powder.
    It doesn’t change the taste and is much much more healthier!

  • Did you put some ginger on it? It looks nice and simple. Prawn and Broccoli, these two ingredients are perfect. Such a simple recipe! I’m sure it’s tasty and delicious ��