NYT Cooking: The classic Chinese way to clean shrimp and ensure a succulent flavor and crisp texture, says Grace Young, author of “Stir-Frying to the Sky’s Edge,” is to use a combination of salt and water, either dousing the shrimp in two rinses of heavily salted water or rubbing the shrimp with salt, then rinsing with water. If you don’t eat salt, then just rinse the shrimp wi...
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Here's what you need: large shrimp, garlic, broccoli floret, onion, low sodium soy sauce, sesame oil, salt
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If no one would judge us we would eat this stir fry every single night. It's so simple to throw together yet full of so much flavor. Use whatever vegetable you like and even sub in chicken if you'd rather. It's perfectly customizable!
This is a light and spicy stir-fry, with shrimp, baby bok choy, and snow peas, along with a handful of chopped cashews for texture. Velveting the shrimp -- that is, marinating it in egg white and cornstarch, then poaching it in water -- takes a little bit of time, but the payoff is plump, juicy shrimp that won't overcook. Let the seafood marinate while you prep the vegetables, then poach the shrimp, and toss everything together in a wok. Add a pile of rice to soak up the sauce, and dinner's done!
An easy stir fry that you can quickly prep ahead of time for the whole week! Simply add brown rice and you’re set!