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A delicious Shrimp Stir Fry with a homemade garlic teriyaki sauce. This mindful recipe is perfect over rice, or over cauliflower rice for a low carb twist.
A Flavorful Shrimp Recipe
Shrimp is so easy to prepare! It’s the perfect last-minute dinner. It takes about 10 minutes to defrost and be ready to cook.
Keep this recipe in your back pocket for a night you forgot to plan ahead. While the shrimp are defrosting, chop up some veggies and stir up your sauce. When you’re done, the shrimp will be ready to go!
I make most of my sauces and dressings at home. Homemade condiments typically take minutes to prepare and are much more mindful than store-bought alternatives. Swap inflammatory oils and processed sugars for mindful alternatives, and customize them to your family’s needs.
This teriyaki shrimp stir fry inspired my mindful soy-free teriyaki sauce recipe. Instead of making the sauce ahead of time, I simply whisk up the ingredients and then let it simmer and thicken along with the shrimp. I am all about tricks that help us save time (and dishes!) while preparing mindful family meals.
What You’ll Need:
- Spring vegetables (I used carrots, red bell peppers, sugar snap peas, and baby bok choy. Feel free to sub in green beans, broccoli, cauliflower, or cabbage, based on what you have on hand!)
- Sesame Oil (or use avocado oil)
- Coconut Aminos (see recipe card for an option that uses tamari)
- Honey (sub maple syrup or monk fruit sweetener)
- Sea Salt
Stir-Frying At Its Best
Impatient cooks and busy moms will all love how quickly the cooktop heats up and cools down. Stir-fries need high heat, and this cooktop heats my cookware up faster than any other stove I’ve used.
Once my veggies have softened (this takes less than 5 minutes!), I toss in my shrimp to cook, then add the teriyaki sauce to simmer. The whole dish is cooked in less than 15 minutes.
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How to Make a Teriyaki Shrimp Stir Fry
Step 2: Into a large skillet or wok, add the sesame oil and veggies. Stir fry over high heat on the cooktop until crisp-tender. Remove the veggies from the skillet.
Step 3: Add the shrimp to the skillet, and continue cooking over high heat for about 3 minutes. Flip the shrimp, and begin cooking the other side for even cooking.
Step 4: Pour the stir fry sauce in with the shrimp. Bring it to a simmer, and allow it to thicken as the shrimp finish cooking.
Step 5: Add the veggies back into the skillet, and toss to coat with the stir fry sauce.
How to Serve A Stir Fry With Shrimp
- Steamed Rice (can use white, brown, or Thai red rice based on preference!)
- Wild Rice (wild rice is actually a grass seed, not rice, and is higher in protein and fiber than rice).
- Cauliflower Rice (you can buy this pre-made frozen or make your own cauliflower rice).
- Rice Noodles: keep it gluten-free by making a shrimp stir fry with noodles. Soak the noodles per package directions until soft, and then toss them with the veggies and shrimp in the teriyaki sauce.)
How to Store Leftovers and Reheat
Store leftovers in an air-tight container refrigerated for up to 3 days. I do not recommend freezing stir-fries.
To reheat, heat a wok over high heat, and add the stir fry. Stir fry, stirring frequently, for about 5 minutes until hot throughout.
Check out Sunkissed Kitchen for the full recipe.