SIMPLE Shrimp and Snowpea stir fry ***PICS***

  1. Okay one more post b4 I go to work!
    You'll need:

    Large shrimp, orange bells, green onion, chile and garlic black bean paste (buy it jarred) no need for salt or pepper
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    Cook snow peas seperately, then add together, on high flame
    less than 10 minutes cooking time.
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    Serve with steamed rice or pasta/noodle!
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    .... if you have any suggestions or requests I can try cooking it and I'll post pics and let you know how it turns out.
    I'll post pics maybe tomorrow of spinach ravioli I made with chicken breast, fresh tomatoes, grilled enoki mushroom, topped with a garlic butter cream sauce. These are my summery dishes, wait till winter when it gets really fatty..(woohoo!!)
     
  2. thanks looks really yummy-and i LOVE illustrated recipes :dothewave:.

    thanks so much!
     
  3. Looks great and healthy! My kinda food.
     
  4. Thanks! Your recipes look great!
     
  5. This looks sooooooooo good!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  6. wow. it looks good!!

    the chile - is that chile paste? like the one in the bottle too?
     
  7. mmmm... looks so yummy. Can you come cook for me? ha ha.
     
  8. That looks really good! :drool: Love shrimp
     
  9. Oh, they are the green chiles (fresh) but you can also get a spicy black bean pate if you prefer that works well too!
     
  10. ^ oh yeah i saw it now on one of the pics above.. my bad :sweatdrop:
     
  11. That looks sooo delcious. Thanks for sharing
     
  12. omg! i just ate not too long ago and looking at your pictures is making me hungry again. i love garlic black bean sauce! your shrimp and snow peas looks soooo yummy. thanks for sharing this with us!
     
  13. I saw your other post......

    can you come to my house and cook for me? lol

    yummmmmmm!!!!
     
  14. This looks oh so good.
     
  15. That looks delish.....
    Just a little suggestion. If you devein the shrimps before stirfry them, it will make better presentation I think. Try it :smile: