We love shrimp and we love different Asian cuisines, so it’s only natural that we’re compiling this list of Asian Shrimp Recipes!
You’ll find a wide variety of dishes, including stir-fries, soups, rice dishes, kebabs and more. This collection of recipes includes recipes from every corner of the continent.
You’ll love cooking through all of these amazing Asian shrimp recipes, experimenting with a variety of unique flavors.
They are all so good, we are sure you will come back to them again and again!
We start this list of Asian shrimp recipes with a spicy stir-fry that we can eat again and again.
If you’re looking for your new favorite stir-fry, this Hunan shrimp is for you. This one can get a little fiery, but can still be adjusted to your taste buds.
Here’s a little twist on your regular fried rice with a huge flavor upgrade!! This Thai Basil Fried Rice is infused with such incredible spicy and umami flavors that you’ll wonder how simple fried rice can be so tasty.
This Shrimp Korma is a creamy cashew-based curry with a luscious sauce perfect for soaking up over naan or rice.
Laksa – the iconic Malaysian spicy coconut noodle soup! An incredibly rich, fragrant and complex broth loaded with all of Laksa’s essential classic trimmings.
This is one of the most delicious Asian soups you will ever eat.
These Orange Garlic Shrimp with Vegetables are jam-packed with sweet and tangy flavors…perfect for any stir-fry. If you like the famous orange chicken, you will fall in love with these prawns.
It’s loaded with color with every veggie you can get your hands on. This one sure is a keeper!!
Crispy Shrimp Tempura is one of the most popular and well-known Japanese dishes. The light panko coating makes fried shrimp crispy, but not too heavy.
This Korean barbecue shrimp has the perfect blend of spices and a decadent amount of butter. This is one of the most addicting shrimp recipes you will ever try.
Satay is popular throughout Southeast Asia, and once you taste it, you’ll understand why.
The savory marinade is the secret to these tasty skewers.
Looking for something to cook quickly, but packed with great flavor? Try these Asian shrimp smothered in a spicy, sticky Asian sauce.
No need to go to a Thai restaurant if you can whip up this restaurant-worthy spicy shrimp dish right in your own kitchen.
We all love an easy recipe, and this Easy Shrimp Lo Mein can be on the table in no time. It’s faster, tastier and healthier than getting takeout.
Ginataang Hipon an easy and tasty Filipino dish. The prawns are simmered in a thick and flavorful coconut sauce. It is a decadent dish that will satisfy you.
Everyone prefers Thai prawn curry. So easy…so quick…so simple…and yet so finger licking delicious.
This coconut sauce-based curry is perfect for your busy weeknight dinner over a bowl of jasmine or basmati rice.
Don’t want to start waking up right after watching those shrimp? This Pineapple Shrimp is an absolutely delicious and healthy stir fry recipe with a combination of plump and juicy shrimp, vegetables and pineapple.
Pineapple juice and hoisin sauce give the sauce the perfect balance of sweet and tart flavors.
The sizzling rice soup features a broth with vegetables, chicken, and shrimp and is topped with grilled crispy rice.
The sizzle and crackle of hot crispy rice as it is poured into the soup is sure to impress your guest.
Now you can make this Chinese restaurant a favorite at home.
Tom Rim is a lovely Vietnamese recipe where prawns are marinated and then cooked with a sweet and savory sauce. So good!
If you love seafood, this easy to make teriyaki shrimp recipe is a must.
Nothing beats tender shrimp coated in a savory sticky sauce. These plump shrimp are grilled on skewers and topped with a homemade teriyaki sauce. So good!
This tom yum soup is a quick and easy Thai recipe that is bursting with flavor. Whether spicy or mild, this will be one of your favorite shrimp recipes!
Make your regular fried rice a whole lot more interesting and flavorful with a few extra add-ons… Thai style. This Pineapple Fried Rice is super quick with simple ingredients.
Serve it in a pineapple-shaped boat to make it extra special and eye-catching to wow your guests at an Asian themed party.
Grilled Korean Honey Garlic BBQ Shrimp is tasty and a bit spicy, thanks to the gochujang sauce. The sweetness of the honey helps offset the spice, creating a nice balance.
This Garlic Shrimp Stir Fry is a 15 minute recipe you’ll want to make over and over again. Plump prawns and fresh vegetables are tossed in a wonderful garlic sauce. So good!
Here is a roll roll very popular with sushi lovers. Crispy tempura fried shrimp wrapped with avocado in a super tasty sushi roll. It’s so much fun to make your own sushi!
We can’t get enough of this Thai Shrimp and Rice Soup. It has a broth made from coconut milk which is enhanced with red curry paste. It tastes fantastic and only takes about 30 minutes.
We love these Asian Grilled Shrimp! They’re almost too easy, requiring only the most basic ingredients, but the flavor of the shrimp really has a chance to shine.
Here’s an affordable alternative to expensive crab cakes. These tender yet crispy Thai shrimp patties are pan-fried and cooked in less than 30 minutes.
Shrimps get a lot of flavors from different Asian sauces. You’ll love them as a starter or even as a main course.
Tandoori is a popular Indian yogurt marinade loaded with flavorful spices. If you like big flavors, you have to try this one!
Shrimp Fried Rice is a great one-pot weeknight meal filled with plump shrimp and healthy veggies! It only takes about thirty minutes to put this on your family’s table.
This Filipino noodle dish is fantastic. Tic noodles are topped with a pork and shrimp sauce similar to ragu. It is garnished with hard-boiled eggs, smoked fish and chicharron.
Prawn pulao is for when you’re craving Indian flavors, but don’t want to put all the effort into making biryani. Easier to prepare and taking a fraction of the time, it still tastes amazing.
This spicy, sour and creamy curry from the west coast of India will satisfy your cravings for an exotic dinner. It comes together in about half an hour and you’ll feel like you’re eating at a fancy Indian restaurant.
We end this list of Asian shrimp recipes with one of my favorites. Indian Prawn Biryani will take your time and attention, but the end result is so worth every bit.
Biryani is your favorite prawn curry buried under a delicately spiced fluffy mound of rice, all prepared in one pot.
Once you do that, you come back to this one again and again.
So many different Asian shrimp recipes to try! Which one will make its way into your regular rotation?
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1 lb shrimp
1 tablespoon cornstarch
1 cup green beans, chopped
1/2 green bell pepper, chopped
1/2 red bell pepper, chopped
1/2 yellow bell pepper, chopped
1/2 orange bell pepper, chopped
5-6 scallions or green onions, chopped
5 garlic cloves, finely chopped
1 tablespoon ginger, finely chopped
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1 teaspoon of pepper
3 tablespoons oil
5 teaspoons sambal oelek chili paste
2 tablespoons oyster sauce
1 tablespoon of soy sauce
1 tablespoon rice or white vinegar
2 tablespoons of rice wine
3 tablespoons tomato ketchup
1 teaspoon of sugar
- Clean the shrimp and marinate them with salt, pepper and cornstarch while you prepare the rest of the ingredients.
- Mix all the ingredients for the sauce in a bowl.
- Dice all the peppers, cut the green beans and green onions into 1-inch-long pieces. keep the green and white parts of the green onion separate.
- Heat 2 tablespoons of oil in a wok over medium-high heat. Add the prawns and sear them for a few minutes, until they roll up a bit and turn pink. Dress them up and set aside. Do not overcook, as they will continue to cook in the Hunan sauce later.
- Add the rest of the oil and increase the heat to high. Add green beans. Stir and cook for a few minutes, until they become a little soft. Stir in peppers, white parts of green onions, ginger and garlic. Stir-fry for 4-5 minutes then stir in the prepared Hunan sauce. Add 1/4 to 1/2 cup of water with the shrimp and sauté for another 3-4 minutes. Garnish it with green parts of green onions.
- Serve it hot over your favorite steamed rice.
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