This Easy Kung Pao Shrimp Recipe is all about making your own homemade kung pao shrimp a little bit quicker. If you were able to see our previous recipe for kung pao shrimp (with video), you know that it demonstrates how to cook the dish from ground-up; this means also making your own kung pao […]
I am a fan of Fried Rice. One version that I like most is the Filipino Fried Rice (sinangag). Yang Chow Fried Rice and Adobo Fried Rice are also on the top of my favorite fried rice list. Our featured fried rice recipe, Shrimp Fried Rice, is also something that I often make for breakfast […]
Halabos na Hipon is one of the simplest shrimp recipe that I know. It is simply cooking shrimp using salt and a little water. However, I added a little twist in this recipe: lemon soda such as 7-Up, Sprite, or Sierra Mist is required instead of water. I thought that the entire dish tasted great […]
Sauteed Shrimp with String Beans or Ginisang Hipon at Sitaw is a quick and easy shrimp with vegetable recipe that you can prepare for lunch. This goes well with steamed white rice. I enjoy this dish with a little fish sauce or patis on the side and sometimes with bagoong alamang (shrimp paste) too. I […]
Panara is an appetizer dish made from chopped upo (bottle gourd) and minced shrimp wrapped in a wonton wrapper and deep fried until golden brown. This panara recipe comparable to pinsec frito and fried siomai. If my memory serves me right, this dish originated from the Visayas. While this is a perfect appetizer, it can also be […]
Bacon Wrapped Shrimp is an easy shrimp appetizer recipe that tastes really good. The process involves marinating the shrimp and then wrapping it in bacon strips before baking. If you are one of those who love to grill, you may opt to grill the shrimp instead. I used the packaged large raw shrimp for this […]
Have you tried Camaron Rebosado lately? It is a deep fried shrimp recipe similar to our featured recipe today: Breaded Butterfly Shrimp. Both dishes make good appetizers or even main dishes, the only difference is the way the shrimps are prepared. This recipe will improve your knife skills since we will need to do a […]
Got some fresh shrimps today, but I have not decided yet on what to do with them. Garlic Butter Shrimp first came into my mind, but we already had that last week. Nilasing na Hipon sounds appetizing, but its nice to have something spicy. I decided to make Sweet and Spicy Shrimp Stir Fry instead.There […]
You might have seen this picture. I posted this in Panlasang Pinoy Facebook page yesterday. Did you think that this dish looks yummy in the picture? C’mon, I’m sure you did. This pasta recipe does not only look good in the picture, it is also rich and flavorful.
I shouldn’t have had posted this recipe yet because I am scheduled to work with my newest online project (watch out for it). After reading all your comments, I knew that this recipe should go out tonight. I don’t want you to just drool over an image. It’s better if you try the real thing.
The name of this dish might sound fancy and the image migh look very appealing, but do not let those intimidate you. Want to know why? Well, this is a very simple dish that even beginners can perfect. If you have doubts, check the recipe and procedure below and be the judge.
If you are a fan of light dishes then you might like Shrimps with Quail Eggs and Green Peas. This light dish is basically a vegetable and seafood dish combined. Depending on your preference, this can either be served as a main dish or as a side dish.
Just like our other recipes, the ingredients for this dish can vary. Some like this with young corn and vegetable broth while others add a little milk to make the sauce richer. As for me, I like it this way – simple yet delish.
Kung Pao Shrimp is a spicy Chinese shrimp dish made from prawns or medium size shrimps. This dish is similar to the famed Kung Pao Chicken although some cooking procedure varies. The Kung Pao sauce gives life and flavor to this dish. Ingredients such as soy sauce, vinegar, sesame oil, cornstarch, sugar, and water are necessary for you to be able to make your own homemade Kung Pao sauce.
This is one of my favorite Asian dishes because of its unique flavor and spice. I like the kick of the dried chilies and the crunchy texture of the peanuts. In my opinion, these ingredients bring more value to the dish.
The best way to eat this dish is to top it over hot steamed rice. The rice help reduce the spice and it also balances the flavor. If you are looking for more taste and texture, eating this with fried rice would be a good idea. Before making your fried rice, make sure to check out some of our tips for best results.
Try this Kung Pao Shrimp Recipe and let us know what you think.