Sunday Supper {Bang Bang Shrimp + Fried Rice}

This is one of our favorite, lick the plate clean, kind of Sunday Suppers!  It’s quick and easy and not toooo bad for you to boot.  I found the recipe years ago and printed it out so I don’t have a source, sadly.  At any rate, I give you Bang Bang Shrimp + Fried Rice…

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Fried Rice

3 cups cooked brown rice (best if cold, so you can cook the night before or morning of!)
1 egg + 2 egg whites
1 tbsp oil
1/2 onion chopped
2 cloves garlic minced
5 green onions
1/2 cup shredded carrots
1 cup shelled edamame
2 tbsp soy sauce
salt and fresh pepper

  • Whisk eggs, season with salt and pepper and scramble in a large pan or wok.  Set aside.
  • Add oil to your pan and cook onions, green onions, carrots and garlic for about a minute stirring constantly.
  • Add rice and cook until heated.
  • Add egg, soy sauce, and edamame, mixing well for about 3-4 minutes.
  • Season with salt and pepper to taste.

 

Bang Bang Shrimp Sauce

5 T mayonnaise
4T finely chopped green onions
3 T Thai Sweet Chili Sauce
1 t Sriracha (or less)

Mix mayo, onions, chili saue and sriracha and set aside.

Now to cook our shrimp, we usually buy the 1.5lb-ish size bag of froze, peeled and deveined shrimp at Publix.  Take tails off shrimp and saute in large pan with olive oil, butter and garlic.  It only takes a few minutes.  Season with salt and pepper.  We serve the sauce on the side because the littles only like a dab of it or none at all.  Honey and I slather our shrimp in the sauce because it’s SO good!

I’ve been cooking up a storm with school back in session, but most of our meals are old faves so I don’t have a lot of new eats to share.  If you have any faves, feel free to share in the comments!

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11 thoughts on “Sunday Supper {Bang Bang Shrimp + Fried Rice}

  1. Everyone here would loge this dish, even the sauce (well, I’d leave off the sauce but everyone else would love it). Fried rice is always a hit!

  2. Thanks for the recipe, but I wish you would do a PSA about using Wild Georgia Shrimp (or wild gulf/American shrimp). The stuff you buy at Publix is treated with all kinds of cleaning chemicals, antibiotics, and toxic fertilizers they use when raising it in a bathtub in Taiwan or someplace, lol. Since you are from Savannah like me, I am so surprised you would eat this or encourage people to do so. There is no comparison on taste either. If I can’t have wild shrimp, I’m not having it at all. That stuff is nasty for you. Come on girl, you know better! Xoxo- love your blog- seriously. Just had to give you a hard time about that one.

      1. Lol, I didn’t mean to gross you out- I thought everyone from the Lowcountry detested foreign shrimp. I didn’t mean to single Publix out – I just mean the non-wild shrimp. Friends don’t let friends eat imported shrimp :). Nothing like wild Georgia shrimp! I’m sure you can google it and get some good info. Again- thanks for the recipe. I will try it!

  3. This is one of my favorites from my childhood and my kids love it too.
    Western BBQ Baked Beans
    I lb hamburger, browned and drained.
    1/2 onion, cooked with hamburger
    I can Bush’s Baked Beans (any flavor)
    1 good squirt ketchup
    2-3 dashes whistershire
    (You can also add taco seasoning to give it a different flair)

    All of this can be cooked on top of the stove. Sometimes we add sour cream and shredded cheese as a garnish. Serve with a salad or corn.
    This is quick, easy and very yummy. One of our favs!!
    Julia

  4. Saw this on your Lent Favorites this week – For the mayo does it need to be real mayo or will Miracle Whip work for this one?

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