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Bangin Chili Lime Shrimp

Updated: Jun 5, 2023

Who doesn't love the delicious appetizer at Bone Fish Grill, Bang Bang Shrimp? This is my take on that dish. Bangin Chili Lime shrimps are Crispy, Spicy, and Creamy, with a twist of zesty lime. Served with a spring mix strawberry salad and a strawberry vinaigrette.

Let's set the mood, for a romantic dish for two by candlelight. This dish is your go-to recipe. It's fresh and light but full of umami flavor.

Bangin Chili Lime shrimps are coated in a spicy lime and sweet chili sauce, fried to perfection. The creamy sauce coats the shrimp with just the right amount of zest and tang. Leave your mouth watering bangin for more.

Did You Know!

The name Bang Bang Shrimp is Thai in origin coming from the Thai sweet chili sauce that coats the fried shrimp in goodness. Now the word Bang Bang comes from a popular Chinese dish made on the streets of China in Szechuan called Bang Bang Chicken. This name derived from the way the meat is tenderized using a stick or hammer.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I refrigerate the Bangin Lime Shrimp?

If you store the shrimp in an airtight container, you can store them in the refrigerator for 3 days.

How do I reheat the Bangin Lime Shrimp?

To reheat the shrimp, place the shrimp on a baking sheet and place them in a preheated oven set at 350° F for about 8-10 minutes

Ingredients Bangin Chili Lime Shrimp

  • Shrimp- Jumbo or Large shrimp can be used in this dish

  • Mayonnaise- need that fat and flavor to bring the sauce together

  • Thai sweet chili sauce- sweet and tangy needed for the sauce

  • Sriracha- kick that sauce into high gear

  • Sludge Mixture- used to bind the cornstarch to the shrimp

  • Lime- gives a nice tangy zest to the sauce and shrimp

  • Seasoning- Paprika, black pepper, salt, garlic powder, and onion powder

Let's Cook!

  • Peel and devein the shrimp and season with the garlic powder, onion powder, kosher salt, black pepper, and a squeeze of lime juice. Place the seasoned shrimp in the sludge mixture.

  • Make sure all of the shrimp are completely coated in the sludge mixture.

  • Drain the excess and toss the shrimp in the flour. Coat well and prepare to fry.

  • Preheat the oil to 350°F

  • Place the shrimp in a preheated oil Dutch oven or deep frypan.

  • Cook them until they are golden brown. place on a rack to drain the oil. About 4 minutes totally.

  • In a second bowl add the mayo, Thai sweet chili sauce, sriracha, and lime juice. Toss the cooked shrimp in the sauce.

  • Top with green onions sliced on the bias. Serve in a bowl or make it special paired with a strawberry spring mix salad and strawberry vinaigrette.

Bon Appetit, ENJOY!

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Erik James
Erik James
Oct 13, 2022

I had no that looks good

Debra Johnson | Food Blogger
Hi, I'm Debra

I am happy to share quick and easy recipes that fill the belly, warms the soul, and tastes Delish!

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