Excellent recipe - my husband & I both loved it! Definitely added into the monthly rotation.
Asparagus and Shrimp Stir-Fry on Noodle Pillows
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jayala Posted: 06/09/10
saracat Posted: 04/18/10
Although this recipe seemed somewhat simple, it turned out fantastic and my family loved it. I did reduce the amount of noodles to a more reasonable 8 oz instead of 12 because I thought three ounces per person was too much and contributed too many calories; this allowed me to cut one Tbs. of oil for the noodles further reducing the calories. I kept everything else the same. It made a lot of sauce and at first I thought it was too much, but it was good with the noodles. I will certainly make this again.
AGillespie Posted: 07/12/10
Gave this 3 stars only if you eliminate the noodle pillows. My husband and I loved the shrimp and asparagus with the sauce but didn't enjoy the noodle pillows at all. We both agreed it would be better served over rice.
eeeeee Posted: 05/18/10
Was just OK, my family thought it was boring and just too plain
MuHung Posted: 01/22/10
This is a great and simple recipe with great flavor. It was easy to make and tasted delicious! It's fast enough for a weeknight but tasty enough for special occasions.
vdizdesigns Posted: 03/08/10
Loved it! It was really close to my favorite chinese dish, the "Hong Kong Noodle" dish. Only, this one is wayyyy healthier! Simple, and delicious!
Ann1956 Posted: 12/11/11
Delicious! My husband loved this dish and he is often hard to please. Impressive presentation--looks like it takes a lot more time than it does.
Whatuptokyo Posted: 04/14/13
Yech, what a waste of perfectly good fresh shrimp and asparagus (which actually came out pretty well). IF you must make this, serve over anything but the 'noodle pillows' (though I guess they tasted exactly as the recipe describes; undercooked sesame oil covered spaghetti), and completely forgo the sauce. Seems like a lot of people enjoy this dish, so maybe I've just gotten used to the flavor found in Grace Young recipes.