There really aren’t many better food combos like that of noodles and shrimp. What’s better than that? You guessed it! Garlic noodles with shrimp. Let’s get right down to it. No fluff or filler!
1 lb. lo mein noodles or spaghetti noodles
1 lb. fresh peeled and deveined shrimp
10-15 minced garlic cloves
4-5 chopped spring onions
3/4 stick of butter
1/4 cup of low sodium soy sauce
2 tbsp. oyster sauce
1 tsp. sesame oil
red pepper flakes to taste
1 tsp. olive oil
salt and pepper to taste
LOTS OF LOVE, BABY!
Step By Step Instructions
Bring the noodles to a boil in a pot of water. Refer to the instructions on the package for cook time. Do not add oil. This is a waste of good oil and does prevent the noodles from sticking together. Mixing while it cooks does.
Chop the cilantro, garlic, and spring onions. Take this time to season your shrimp with salt and pepper. I typically don’t use salt as the soy sauce and oyster sauce have enough sodium as it is and I don’t like waking up with sausage fingers the next morning. Bring a pan up to medium heat to sauté everything as the noodles cook.
Sauté the onions and garlic for about 2 minutes in the olive oil. Add the shrimp and cook until the shrimp are opaque and cooked through. Be careful! These little boogers cook quickly and go from done to overdone pretty fast. Add the cilantro and remove from the heat. Here’s where you add the red pepper flakes as well.
Remove the noodles and drain them really well. If you have a colander, use it! Grab a wok or wok-style pot, bring it up to medium heat, and add the butter. If you don’t have one, use your largest pan so you can toss everything easily.
Add the soy sauce, oyster sauce, sesame oil, noodles and shrimp to the pot. Give it a good toss and WHAM! You did it. Serve ’em up and enjoy. When you are finished, make sure you give your significant other a huge, wet, garlicky kiss! They’ll appreciate it. And don’t worry when you run out. Every burp for the next 3 days will remind you of how good this was. Buen provecho!
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About Ori Hofnung
Ori Hofnung is the Founder & CEO of GiantLeap – a science backed-platform where parents can evaluate their children’s brain, language motor, and social development from home, without having to depend on external support. The platform results are used to deliver a concise quarterly action plan of best-suited content, products, and services for their children. Native of Israel, Ori spent most of his professional career between the United States, Brazil, and Israel where he held several executive positions in digital media ventures, with an emphasis on games and entertainment content products. His previous roles include Director of Global Client Relations at Tomodo and General Manager of Playbuzz Latin America.
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