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    Fried Prawns with Candied Walnuts

    Chinese Style Shrimp Fried Rice-Creole Contessa

    Stir-Fried Chicken with Chinese Garlic Sauce Recipe

    Japanese Style Deep Fried Shrimp: quick & easy 20 minute #recipe.

    Stir-Fry Shrimp with Thai Roasted Chili Paste Recipe

    From a Fellow Pinner: Joanne Chang's mother used to make this sweet-and-spicy shrimp stir-fry all the time. When she was old enough to cook, Chang asked her mom for the recipe. "She hemmed and hawed until she finally gave it to me, revealing her secret ingredient: ketchup."

    Honey Walnut Shrimp (easy recipe) - Authentically Chinese restaurant food (i.e. stuff you might actually find in a Chinese restaurant catering to Chinese people).

    Kung Pao Shrimp Recipe | rasamalaysia.com

    The hardest part about making Vietnamese shrimp on sugar cane, called chao tom, is finding the sugar cane. The shrimp part is easy: whirl together raw shrimp and seasonings in the food processor until you get a paste (or mousse, as some recipes euphemistically call the thick mix), then pat it on pieces of sugar cane and steam it before grilling or frying. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)

    Parmesan Baked Popcorn Shrimp – Easiest and crispiest popcorn shrimp with no deep frying. Easy, healthy, super yummy | rasamalaysia.com

    Crispy Sesame Panko Shrimp by sweetpeasandsaffron: No deep frying needed. #Shrimp #Panko #Sesame #Garlic

    Cantonese Soy Sauce Pan-Fried Noodles 酱油王炒面. We get this every time we go have #dimsum #panfried #noodle

    Siu Mai – Steamed Pork and Shrimp Dumplings

    Shrimp With Lobster Sauce: Shrimp is always a great dish to serve as the Cantonese pronunciation of 虾 sounds like 哈, which means laughter or happiness.

    Prawn Dumpling Soup

    Fried Rice with Chinese Sausage, BBQ Pork, Shrimp and Eggs

    Hawaiian Shrimp Truck Special (Garlic Lemon Butter Shrimp) | halfbakedharvest.com

    Sichuan Dry Fried Green Beans are a very popular dish both in China and here in the US, as Sichuan cuisine becomes more prevalent. I’m always a little reluctant to order this dish in restaurants, however, because the green beans are deep-fried. (If you didn’t already know this distressing fact, sorry for being the whistle(...)