Busy nights don’t have to mean blah dinners: you can have restaurant-quality seafood in 10 minutes. 10 minutes! These succulent stir-fried shrimp are seared in a spicy-sweet marinade with honey, soy sauce, ginger, and garlic. We served ours with brown rice and sautéd broccoli — but when it’s this easy to whip up an amazing entrée, the world is your… shrimp!
Did you know that many Asian languages have an actual word for the texture of perfectly-cooked shrimp? In Cantonese, it’s “song chuy”, the Japanese call it “puri-puri”, and Singaporeans say “QQ”. There really should be an English word to describe that snappy, tender, bursting-with-juiciness mouthfeel of shrimp, because Americans are obsessed with shrimp. That’s because it makes for a healthy dinner: low in fat and calories, high in protein, and a good way to get more omega-3’s in your diet. And, if you’re concerned about seafood sustainability, wild and farmed shrimp from the U.S. are both great sustainable eating choice.
But what really makes shrimp the most-ordered seafood in the U.S.? There are so many ways to love it, as TipHero’s favorite shrimp recipes prove: jambalaya; shrimp, tomato, and spinach pasta; sweet chili shrimp tacos; even avocado shrimp salad. No matter how you fix it, shrimp is succulent!
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