Bang Bang Shrimp & Lettuce Wraps

There are so many recipes out there for Bang Bang Shrimp, many of them require too many different steps but if you’ve been following me for a while, you know I’m all about easy recipes and this is one of them. Just simply dredging shrimp in cornstarch, frying them and tossing in a delicious sauce that you can also adjust to your liking’s.  You can serve them either on a bed of lettuce, a bed of crispy rice noodles or make lettuce wraps. All are wonderful because these shrimps are so flavorful.

Ingredients:

1Lb Shrimp (shelled & de-veined)

2 TBSP of Cornstarch

Oil for frying

Lettuce

Sauce:

1/2cup Mayonnaise

1/4tsp Sriracha (more if you want more spicy)

1/4cup Thai Sweet Chili Sauce

Instructions:

1. Clean, shell and devein the shrimps. Pat dry with a paper towel.

2. Dredge the shrimps in cornstarch on both sides.

3. Preheat skillet on med/high heat, cook the shrimps on both sides until the shrimps change color and the cornstarch is crisp.

Make the sauce:

4. In a bowl combine 1/2cup of mayonnaise, 1/4cup of Thai sweet chili sauce and 1/4tsp Sriracha (more if you want more spicy)

5. Combine shrimps and sauce and toss just until the shrimps are all coated in the sauce.

6. Serve right away over a bed of lettuce, crispy rice noodles, steamed rice or make lettuce wraps with crispy rice noodles as well.

Enjoy!

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Bang Bang Shrimps & Lettuce Wraps


Author Alena's Homecooking

Ingredients

  • 1 lb Shrimps (shelled & deveined)
  • 2 tbsp Cornstarch
  • Oil (For frying)
  • Lettuce (Optional)

Sauce:

  • 1/2 cup Mayonnaise
  • 1/4 cup Thai sweet chili sauce
  • 1/4 tsp Sriracha (more for more spicy)

Instructions

  1. Instructions:

    1. Clean, shell and de-vein the shrimps. Pat dry with a paper towel.

    2. Dredge the shrimps in cornstarch on both sides.

    3. Preheat skillet on med/high heat, cook the shrimps on both sides until the shrimps change color and the cornstarch is crisp.

    Make the sauce:

    4. In a bowl combine 1/2cup of mayonnaise, 1/4cup of Thai sweet chili sauce and 1/4tsp Sriracha (more if you want more spicy)

    5. Combine shrimps and sauce and toss just until the shrimps are all coated in the sauce.

    6. Serve right away over a bed of lettuce, crispy rice noodles, steamed rice or make lettuce wraps with crispy rice noodles as well.Enjoy!

 

17 Comments

  • Joselin Meyer

    5 stars
    Hello Alena’s home cooking, I wanted to come out here and tell you how great full I am for your very detailed recipes with pictures. My teenage son enjoys being in the kitchen, he found you on Instagram and has been hooked on your site. Everything he makes is very yummy. Last night he made these bang bang shrimps, we all enjoyed them very much. Thank you for your tasty recipes

  • Laura W

    5 stars
    Just made this for dinner! It was super easy and delicious. I used coconut oil to fry the shrimp, which was great, too. Thank you!

  • Lily P

    5 stars
    One of the yummiest shrimp recipes I’ve ever tried! I gave the few I had leftover for my mom to try and her exact words were that they were so delicious that she practically inhaled them 😂😂 thank you so much for all your yummy recipes!! So far loving every single recipe I’ve tried from your blog, all on repeat in my house! Excited to try them all very soon 😛

  • Julie

    5 stars
    Great recipe, I added a little bit more sriracha to the sauce because we like it more spicy it was gone in no time. Thank you for sharing such easy recipe

    • alenashomecooking

      You’re welcome! Yes this sauce if perfect to be adjusted to your likings. Thank you for leaving your feedback.

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