We sought to keep this recipe as close to the original as possible. Slight changes like replacing regular soy sauce with a low-sodium version ensure you’ll get a healthy and authentic Hunanese dish with no compromise on flavor!
This recipe features crispy atop crispy components; broccoli, snow peas, and a sprinkle of crunchy toasted sesame seeds. If it isn’t enough that the dish is a texture haven, it’s topped with a honey-sriracha sauce that takes it way above average.
This popular dish with Chinese origins showcases regional aromas of savory and umami. The flavors accompany a colorful green pea, carrot, and corn stir fry. Once finished, you’ll have a mouthful of textures that’ll leave you satisfied.
Take your meals to serious new heights by adding this recipe to your menu. You can count on hoisin, soy sauce, and brown sugar to pack a punch of flavors into the shrimp in just 20 minutes! Now that’s how you serve a truly flavorful meal.
While chow mein is well and truly Chinese, there’s no need to shy away from making it yourself. Follow our recipe to the tee, and you’ll have this meal ready quicker than it takes you to order takeout!
A citrusy umami sauce is the base of this sweet and sour stir-fry. Once seared, the shrimp and vegetables turn crisp and caramelized while tender. Love it? You can experiment with less sugar (or more!) to find new ways to make this recipe work for you.
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