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Garlic Shrimp on Ginger Scallion Rice for Sunday Lunch

This was originally going to be a Slow Eats, FAST post.  And in truth, we had this for dinner on a Thursday, not for lunch on a Sunday.  Yet despite the fact that both Howard and I were happily content with this seemingly small bowl of steamed rice topped with prawns/shrimp, I became insurmountably concerned that many of you wouldn’t consider this to be a complete dinner.

And so I acquiesced to my concerns and relegated this filling, aromatic and deliciously satisfying dinner to lunch status.  I’ll continue to wrestle with this decision cop-out while the rest of you move on to the next page, and the quick story about how this dish came together.

shrimp-and-ginger-scallion-riceTHIS RECIPE HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM ISLANDVITTLES.COM, AS IT IS PUBLISHED IN MY E-COOKBOOK, SLOW EATS, FAST, AVAILABLE ON AMAZON.

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13 thoughts on “Garlic Shrimp on Ginger Scallion Rice for Sunday Lunch

  1. Susan

    Thank you Theresa – We will be having that for dinner TONIGHT and perhaps tomorrow too ! Maybe everyday as long as my stash of shrimp holds out :)

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  2. Claudia

    I love that you wound with the biggest bowl of aromatics ever! Heavenly and can be added everywhere. I also think – yes, this is so dinner. We switched to brown rice a few years ago – but there are some dishes that beg for white. I like the compromise.

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  4. Stephanie @ okie dokie artichokie

    Wow. Theresa, you’ve really outdone yourself this time. LOL. This looks so delicious, I want to jump through my computer and into that big bowl of ultra-yum! Yes, that ginger-scallion sauce looks TO DIE FOR. I want to slather myself in it. :-p I know I’m weird. But, seriously, that looks so good. Can you come over with some? Thanks. :-p

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  5. bethviola

    i found the picture of this on tastespotting earlier today and on a whim made it tonight. my husband said it was the best shrimp he can remember having in a long time. we loved it and wolfed it down. i can’t wait to keep making this over and over! thanks for the great recipe!

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