Ready in 15 minutes
Bang Bang shrimp - sweet and spicy shrimp
Mix the mayo, chili sauce and Sriracha to make the sauce.
1 pound of shelled and deveined shrimp
Dry cornstarch to coat the shrimp in
Deep fat fry the shrimp until lighty brown.
Drain on paper towel, put in a bowl and coat with the sauce.
Serve in a lettuce lined bowl, top with chopped scallions.
albrnick 2y ago
richarddowens 2y ago
jaynéelinkousfarmer 3y ago
Maineo32 3y agoGreat recipe and very simple!!! My wife loves it.
Cheerchick1707 3y agoIt was alright. Family thought there was too much mayonnaise though.
ericthompson 3y agoI thought this was pretty good, but it would probably be better if it didn't come with expectations. If you are going to name a recipe after a restaurant recipe, then it better actuall BE like the restaurant. This one is not, but at least it comes within earshot. Note: add a lot more sriacha if you want it to be remotely spicy like real bAng Bang... At least a tablespoon.
Mkgyre 3y agoEasy to prepare, easy to cook, easy to devour!!! These make a great appetizer / snack. As with the other reviews, I went ahead and used the 3:1 ratio of tablespoons of the spicy chili sauce to pound of shrimp. Had people hovering over me waiting on the second batch to get done!
chefdude22 3y agoEnjoyed the recipe, changed some things. Used stir Frey sauce and a hot chili sauce. More soy based and not as sweet. Added lime and dash of vinager and topped with small amount of cilantro cilantrocilantro
jessicaandersonbarber 4y agoNot happy at all with the recipe, too sweet and just plain awful.
Pazmino2 4y agoGreat appetizer easy to make and tastes amazing!