No ImageGinger Sesame Garlic Shrimp

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  1. Ethan Bolker

    We tried this with fresh tuna. After marinating, dredge the fish in sesame seeds, cook in olive oil and butter at a high heat so that the outside is crisp and the inside is sushi-ish. (Just a few minutes on each side.) Outstanding flavor and texture. The pan drippings went well on the plain rice.

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  2. Heather

    Delicious!!! I have a friend who was just diagnosed with GERD and this was the first thing they ate without being in pain (I did cut back on the garlic). Everyone else at the party loved it too and multiple people asked for the recipe

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  3. Richard

    Followed recipe to the T. Way too salty. Keep Googling.

  4. Kate

    Fast and easy! I used low sodium soy sauce and a little extra garlic and ginger. I sautéed a bowl of precut stir fry veggies (from Trader Joe’s) while marinating the shrimp. Put the veggies on the side and cooked shrimp per recipe. Instead of reducing sauce I thickened a little bit and then added back in the shrimp and veggies. Delicious! Next time I’d add a little spice – maybe use a chili sesame oil or add red chili flakes. I could see this working with chicken also!! Thanks for another great recipe!

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  5. Tessa

    This was so good. Out of desperation I had to make a couple of substitutions. I used regular Rice Vinegar so to add a bit of extra sweetness I replaced Soy Sauce for a sweet Soy Sauche (Ketjap Manis) and added a bit of Honey to replace the brown sugar. Sadly I didn’t have sesame seeds but I’m sure that would have been perferct. I’ll definitely make this again. This may have been the best shrimp I’ve had in a while.

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