The ease of preparation makes this recipe a winner for any level of chef. I used about 3/4 teaspoon of red pepper so that the shrimp would be the star ingredient. Shallots are a nice sub for the onions.
This recipe features widely appealing flavors with a slightly exotic twist, making it a good choice for company. Alas, my young-adult children don't like food that's more than mildly spicy, so I toned down the red chile flakes. I'm sure my husband would have preferred more heat, as specified in the recipe. I used one firm mango and slightly more than a pound of shrimp and we liked that ratio of fruit to shrimp. The not-yet-ripe mango added a lovely tang.
Wow! Great tasting . I used frozen mango and it was a little too soft. Fresh mango would have been better. This is a great tasting dish. Fancy enough for company. Easy to make.
I love this recipe. My husband and I ate it two nights in a row. It's simple and it is super yummy. I would totally make this dish for a party or just dinner for two.
I saw this recipe this morning and was compelled to try it since I had most of the ingredients on hand. I'm thrilled that I did! This recipe is extremely simple and very delicious! I skipped the rice and we finished the pot of shrimp in under an hour. The mangoes I chose weren't ripe per the recipe so they had a slight tart flavor that went so good with the shrimp and everything else. I'll definitely double the recipe next time.
This is a good dish. The only things I changed is instead of basil I used fresh Cilantro and omited the Coconut. It's fresh and lively and a great summer dish.
This one is a winner. I added the garlic and pepper flakes at the same time as the onion for additional spiceness and heat.