Teriyaki Shrimp, Broccoli, & Rice





Introduction: Teriyaki Shrimp, Broccoli, & Rice

About: My full time job as an Organ Grinder keeps me pretty busy but that's just small change. My part time work, as a Mohel, keeps me up to date on my student loans from UCLSD.

Simple and FAST. So, hold on and pay attention.

Step 1: Ingredients

Rice, pre-cooked frozen shrimp, steam-in-bag frozen broccoli, teriyaki sauce, no-stick cooking spray (because I used a skillet).

Step 2: Cook Your Rice

Cook individual rice to its specific instructions.

Step 3:

-Pull the tails off the shrimp.

Now look, the shrimp is pre-cooked and you steam the broccoli in the microwave. ALL YOUR DOING IS BRINGING THE SHRIMP AND TERIYAKI TO A SAFE TEMPERATURE.  

-Spray your skillet with oil, once its hot.
-Toss in the shrimp & broccoli.
-Once you hear is sizzle, add a 3rd of your Teriyaki (or to taste), cover and let reach a safe temperature. 

Step 4: Serve

Put a bed of rice on a plate



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    I made this today... So delicious. Thanks!


    Nice job. Looks so delicious. I always wanted a shrimp recipe, and this one looks good.

    I love that rice! It taste so wonderful! Great pictures! Nice ible! Good going!

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    I swear, you cold put a dirty shoe with that rice! Its getting hard to find.

    I buy it at Sam's Club! That is the only place I know to get it. It makes me happy because I have a huge bag! Yum!

    Yes, I heard that from the hindu market down the street. I'm not a big "club" (or cost co) fan. I'm also a bachelor and don't buy 24 rolls of moon floss at once! This 20lbs bag is getting low and I plan on looking online. There is a website on the bag BUT postage may kill it..... I may ask the market to "sell me a sack."

    Yes, I totally understand what you are saying. don't feel too terribly bad because I live in the states in a small town and they don't have a lot of what I love. I rarely leave town so I do without. But I sure do love this rice! Sams is for large families.