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PF Changs Honey fried shrimp recipe

Updated on April 21, 2012
PF Changs Honey Shrimp recipe
PF Changs Honey Shrimp recipe

Introduction

iPF Changs chna bistro is a delicious restaurant to eat at and is nationwide. I have eaten their so many times, and absolutely love the food..I came across this recipe for the PF Changs honey shrimp recipe, and have been making it at home ever since. From my home to yours- enjoy. It is so delicious.


5 stars for Simply delicious

Ingredients

2 lb big size shrimp

Vegetable oil for frying

1 T minced garlic

3 green onions finely chopped

2 Tablespoons Red bell pepper

Batter:

4 ounces flour.

2 1/2 ounces cornstarch

6 ounces water

1 egg

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1/2 teaspoon baking soda

Sauce:

1 cup of white wine (I use Riesling)

1 cup honey

6 ounces rice vinegar

6 Tablespoons soy sauce

12 Tablespoons of sugar

1/2 cup cornstarch

1/2 cup water




PF changs honey shrimp
PF changs honey shrimp
Pf Changs honey shrimp recipe
Pf Changs honey shrimp recipe
Pf Changs Honey shrimp recipe
Pf Changs Honey shrimp recipe

Directions

1) De-vein the shrimp, and take off the tails. Slice the shrimp down the center and butterfly the shrimp to open it up. Place shrimp in fridge to keep cold.

2) Start making your batter. Mix all the batter ingredients together in a medium bowl. Set in fridge to chill for at least 1 hour.

3) Heat up your fryer full of oil till it reaches 340-350.

4) Start to batter your shrimp. Remove the batter from the fridge, and stick each shrimp in the batter- making sure you coat well, and get batter in the center of the shrimp. When the oil is heated- one by one place the shrimp in the fryer or hot oil.

5) Fry the shrimp one by one till it becomes golden brown. Place on paper towels to gather the oil leftover. Once all the shrimp is cooked- set aside and turn off the fryer.

6) Make your honey sauce. In a small saucepan- add your rice wine,honey,rice vinegar, soy sauce, and sugar. Bring to bowl.

7) In a separate small bowl add your cornstarch, and water till it becomes a slurry. Add the cornstarch slurry to your honey sauce, and stir until it thickens.

8) Heat 2 Tablespoons of oil in a wok and add the 1 Tablespoon of minced garlic, red bell pepper and scallions and stir fry briefly until done.

9) Add 1/2 of the honey sauce, and add your fried shrimp to the wok. Add the remaining honey sauce to lightly coat your shrimp.

Serve over rice- enjoy your own PF changs honey shrimp recipe.

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      blaeberry 4 years ago from Scotland

      I love shrimp and this looks like a really tasty dish. Definitely going to try this one out.

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      Obreinfamily 4 years ago from florissant

      Its so delicious....Ur gonna love it...:)

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      Rebecca Mealey 4 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

      Sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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      rjsadowski 4 years ago

      A classic recipe for sweet and sour fried shrimp.

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      Obreinfamily 4 years ago from florissant

      Its more like honey glaze- no sweet- sour... Enjoy..:)

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      Tony Mead 4 years ago from Yorkshire

      Obreinfamily,

      I love prawns and any kind of shellfish so I was interested when I spotted this. I've no idea who the food stores are that you mention, but they have some nice recipe ideas.

      I will certainly give this a try. I like the use of a Reisling wine, a little bit lemony with a crisp dryness. The difference will be that mine will be from the Rhine area of Germany, where will yours be from?

      It would be nice with some fresh bread to soak up the juices. I'm a breadnut.

      regards voted up

      Tony

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      Susan 4 years ago from India

      Wow. This recipe is something new to me since I love shrimp so I will definitely try this out. Thanks for sharing.

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      K-Dub 3 years ago

      Thanks sooo much for the recipe! I love PF Changs and I'm trying this recipe today!

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      Obreinfamily 3 years ago from florissant

      You are so welcome! This one is a keeper...:)

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