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  1. You are right, this dish is so expensive if you eat out and you know the restaurant just boils the shrimp. $3.99 is a great deal. Are they the spot prawn?

  2. We have these shrimps called jumping shrimp in the Philippines. You literally have to put the lid on the pan because the shrimp would jump out. They were the best tasting sweetest shrimp I have ever had!

    • Veron – the name of jumping shrimp sounds super delicious. I think I know what you mean. My uncle in Hong Kong cooked us these shrimps when we visited him, and yes, the shrimp were basically jumping out of the wok/pan!!

  3. This is one of the best way to enjoy fresh shrimps. I have always thought that there is more to the dipping sauce but I guess when the prawns are fresh, simple soya sauce and chilli would indeed be good enough!

  4. I don’t think I’ve ever seen live shrimp available for purchase. If I ever do see them, though, I’m now sure of what I’ll do with them. Looks delicious!

  5. Made this last night. Easy, and awesome tasting. I added a little garlic to the simmer… this is instant classic goodness.

  6. Yum! Thank you so much for this post, it reminds me of so many wonderful meals with my family (at home and at restaurants.) My family (in NY and Shanghai) like to dip the shrimp in Chinkiang vinegar or sometime a combination of vinegar, soy sauce, a little sugar and some ginger and garlic. It’s delicious!

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