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How to Make Spicy Shrimp Sauce?

Who doesn’t love a little spiciness once in a while? Spicy shrimp recipes are the perfect way to satisfy your spicy craving while avoiding countless hours over the stove. When you are looking for something quick, easy, and completely fulfilling, spicy shrimp is your solution. Spicy shrimp recipes inspired by New Orleans flavors can bring the heat directly to your dinner table with extra buttery sauce to spare! 


The Easiest & Tastiest Spicy Shrimp Recipe


Our modern twist on Asian Fusion is inspired by a number of Asian regions throughout the world. When combined with American cuisine, our menu makes for an untraditional yet delicious experience. With enticing and exotic variety like hot stone dishes and Peking Duck, you’ll appreciate our commitment to good food and good relationships. However, our spicy seafood is really the star of the show. Whether included in our best selling and customizable spicy hot pots or part of our Crockpot Spicy Fish Stew, we bring the heat. When you can’t make it to our restaurant, we recommend trying this simple and tasty recipe at home.


Nothing warms you up more than spicy seafood during the winter season and with a 5 minute preparation time, you’ll be making this many times over. Staying true to our Asian Fusion theme, in this dish, you’ll taste Asian, French, Spanish, Italian, and other influences. For now, consider this the go-to spicy shrimp recipe of the season when you want a quick and versatile meal that everyone will love: 

  • Ingredients: 
    • 1 lb of white tiger shrimp
    • 2 tablespoons of olive oil
    • 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter
    • 2 tablespoons of sweet chili sauce
    • 1 teaspoon of chili powder
    • 1 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce
    • 1 teaspoon of liquid smoke
    • 1 teaspoon of smoked paprika
    • 1 teaspoon of dried oregano 
    • 1 teaspoon of sriracha or tabasco hot sauce
    • 4 cloves of minced garlic
    • Juice from ½ a lemon
    • Salt and pepper to taste
    • 2 tablespoons of chopped parsley


  • Preparation:  
    • Phase 1: First, peel and devein all shrimp. Then, gather the rest of the ingredients and add them to a skillet on medium-high heat. Stir the ingredients and let them simmer for 5 to 10 minutes. 


    • Phase 2: Now, remove the skillet from the heat and let it cool for a few minutes. Add the shrimp to the skillet and toss until they are completely covered with the sauce. When finished, cover the skillet with foil and place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to four hours. 


    • Phase 3: After the designated time is up, remove the skillet from the refrigerator and preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Bake the shrimp for 10 to 15 minutes and serve with french bread immediately when done. Drizzle the extra sauce over the french bread and enjoy! 


  • Bonus: This mouthwatering shrimp keeps well in the refrigerator for up to 4 days and freezes up to 3 months! Just remember to thaw it before cooking. 


Fun Facts: Types of Spicy Shrimp Recipes


There are a number of options available for Asian spicy shrimp recipes! Like most Asian dishes, there is a great deal of rich history and tradition behind them and spicy shrimp is no different. For this reason, there are a plethora of traditionally Asian spicy shrimp recipes that have been around for centuries. These are the most famous: 


  • Hunan spicy shrimp Hunan cuisine dates back to the 17th century and is known for spicy flavors. It is also known for being one of China’s Eight Great Culinary Traditions. You’ll find a great deal of variety in Hunan cuisine due to the abundance of agriculture in the region. These recipes are full of chilli peppers, garlic, and shallots but typically much oilier than other Chinese cuisines. Also, you’ll find a generous amount of smoked and cured ingredients in Hunan cuisine in comparison to others, with dishes that change with the seasons. 

For Hunan spicy shrimp recipes, chili oil with red pepper flakes is a common theme. Chinese chefs use chili oil skillfully to provide both balance and flavor with a good amount of heat. Traditionally, the shrimp is fried in Hunan recipes. However, feel free to personalize these recipes by stir-frying or shallow frying with a small amount of oil. 


  • Szechuan shrimp Also known as Sichuan cuisine, Szechuan is similar to Hunan in that a generous amount of oil is used. In fact, Szechuan is the oiliest of the two and originated in the Sichuan province in China. It is the most popular cuisine in China with rich flavors and copious amounts of Sichuan peppers. The hot and spicy flavors of these dishes are their claim to fame and are often combined with garlic, ginger, shallots, black pepper, broad bean chili paste, and of course, Sichuan peppers. These are required ingredients that intensify the flavors of these dishes are so famous for. The spices that are most commonly used are “The Five Fragrances” which include chili and Sichuan pepper, fennel, pepper, aniseed, and cinnamon and clove. Most common cooking methods for these dishes are steaming, baking, stir-frying, braising, and most commonly used fast frying. 


Our Sichuan hot pot is a popular menu item and full of customizable spicy flavors you’ll enjoy. From seafood combos that include spicy shrimp to chicken combinations that include tender breast meat and tofu skin, our hot pots are delicious. If you prefer a spicy seafood dish, you’ll also want to try our Crockpot Spicy Fish Stew made with seasonal vegetables and Szechuan hot sauce. 


  • Chili shrimp Spicy stir-fried shrimp with chili sauce is a popular dish created by an Iron Chef from Japan named Chin Kenichi. It is a Chinese dish that was adapted from his father, who originally introduced a version in Japan and invented the sauce. Also referred to as Ebi Chili, it is considered as part of Shanghai-style Sichuan cuisine. You’ll find this dish in Korean cuisine referred to as kkansyo-saeu. 


Come Try Our Spicy Shrimp for the Holidays


With so much variety to choose from, you may get overwhelmed with spiciness! We can help you choose between our mild, medium, and hot levels for all of our Sichuan inspired dishes. Our seasonal Asian vegetables and tender meats are fresh and imported. We invite you to pick mushrooms in our restaurant garden or select our Wagyu beef shipped from Japan. You won’t find a better experience for spicy seafood and shrimp anywhere else in Miami. 


Our gift cards make a great holiday gift too! With every $100 you spend, you will receive a free promotional $10 extra available for redemption Monday through Friday. Whether you choose to treat yourself with the extra gift card or give it to a friend, the idea of an additional hot pot is too great to pass up. While you’re here, unwind with us during our happy hour specials starting with beers and shots for only $6. 


Can’t make it? Now you can order online from the comfort of your own home using our take-home menu on Postmates, Ubereats, and Seamless. When you order, don’t forget about our popular Spicy Dry Pot, Peking Duck, and Grilled Lamb and Beef Skewers that our customers can’t get enough of. When you dine with us, our kitchen is your kitchen and we look forward to serving you soon. 


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