A stir-fry should be a quick thing. That’s kind of the idea. High heat, cook it quickly and serve. This recipe boasts that same convenience with 15 minutes from prep to table. The shrimp is really the easy one since it does cook up so quickly. You will make your own teriyaki with this recipe using mirin, sake, soy sauce and a few other ingredients to give it some pep. Oddly using their work method you don’t need to “stir” just fry up the shrimp.
- This light, delicious shrimp teriyaki stir fry can be whipped up in no time and will please a crowd.
- Bread the shrimp lightly and fry until crisp to form the centerpiece of the dish.
- A homemade teriyaki sauce will bring added flavor over a basic storebought version.
“Stir-frying is a cooking technique, most popular in Chinese cookery, but also used in Japanese cooking (called camera).”
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