Honey Ginger Shrimp
I love using ginger in my sauces because not only is ginger good for your body, but it also gives a soothing taste and gives extra flavor to the dish. I know that not everyone likes ginger, so you can always omit from adding ginger to this recipe. This dish is so easy to make, and it only requires eight ingredients that you may already have in the pantry.
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1 lb large shrimp (about 25 pieces)
2 TBSP soy sauce
2 tsp ginger
2 TBSP minced garlic
1/4 cup honey
salt & pepper (to taste)
avocado oil for cooking (or any oil)
green onions (optional for garnish)
WHAT TO DO:
-If you use frozen shrimp, please thaw, clean and pat dry before cooking
-Heat pan with avocado oil
-Add the shrimp to the hot oil (season with S&P and cook for about 4 minutes or so)
-Remove from heat (set aside)
-in the same pan add: soy sauce, ginger, garlic, and honey
-slow boil to allow the sauce to thicken
-Add shrimp to the sauce and cook for another 5 minutes or so.
FYI: When shrimp is cooked correctly and not overcooked, the exterior of the shrimp should be pink and red tail with the flesh slightly opaque (a little white, not bright white).
Serve with white rice or like I did cauliflower fried rice and garnished with green onions.