Sriracha Shrimp Plated

Sriracha Shrimp Stir Fry

Sriracha Shrimp Stir Fry

The picture tells it all; in today’s meal I am using Yaki-Soba Noodles for the starch part.  I kind of follow the instructions for loosening up the noodles but I like to place them in a bowl of water and microwave them for 3 minutes and let them stand for a few minutes before starting to fry them.  Sriracha Shrimp Stir Fry is one of our favorite easy dishes.

Yaki-Soba Noodles
Yaki-Soba Noodles

Sometimes I use a stir fry to clean out the refrigerator and even the freezer.  Cooking for two make the portion control a little trickery, with a little practice you can get a handle on it.


If you’re going to use both frozen and fresh vegetables please note that the frozen ones will cook faster and they will cool down your pan.  I let the warm up a little so it isn’t such a shock to the items already cooking.






Sriracha Shrimp Stir Fry

I just love Shrimp cooked this way. I was very lucky to be served this by one sweet Lady and I keep going back for this meal time and time again

15 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

30 minTotal Time

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  • 2 cups large shrimp peeled
  • 1 pouch Yaki-soba Noodles
  • 2 cups fresh vegetables
  • 1 cup frozen stir fry vegetables
  • 1/2 cup Oyster Sauce
  • 1/4 cup Sriracha Sauce
  • Butter
  • Coconut oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper


You will be using two frying pans today, one for the Shrimp and the other for the rest of the items.

Clean and remove the shells from the shrimp

Cut the vegetables that you chose. In this dish I used mushrooms, onions, zucchini, yellow squash.

Frozen stir fry mix vegetables

Heat your pan for the noodles. Let them get a head start.

Then add the fresh vegetables and cook uncovered for 5 minutes.

Add the frozen vegetables to the mix.


Get the Shrimp pan going on medium heat

Keep an eye on the first pan. don't over cook the noodles and vegetables

Put the Shrimp in the pan with the Sriracha Sauce

Turn the heat up on the shrimps

Keep watching them


Add the Oyster sauce to the noodles and vegetables and mix it around getting everything covered good

Turn the heat down low on the vegetables


The shrimp cook real fast and they will be done in just a few minutes, take them off the heat.


Plate up and go for it.

97 cal
1 g
18 g
3 g

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Get your prep work done before you heat up the pans.


I like coconut oil to fry with; it doesn’t have that heavy oil taste and feeling in the noodles and vegetables.

Frying Pans
Frying Pans

The Butter is for the Shrimp and the Sriracha sauce, more about that later.

The Shrimp I like to peel them before I cook them. I am not a fan of having the mess at the table.

That’s just me and I am good with it.

Shrimp De-shelled
Shrimp De-shelled

I try not to eat the shells so for me it is best if they are gone in the beginning.


I start with the noodles in the pan. After all they have a little excess water in them.   That makes them first in to the heat. After a few minutes in go the

Noodles In the Pan
Noodles In the Pan

vegetables on high heat.  If you cover the pan remember that the steam with help get the raw stuff cooking real fast so keep an eye on it.  It is okay to reduce the heat and keep the lid off.






Oyster Sauce
Oyster Sauce

I grabbed the Oyster sauce for today, there are a lot of different flavors on the market and you can use what your taste buds tell you to use.  The Trader Joe’s brand of Sriracha isn’t as hot as the rooster sauce, I like the flavor of it so there again you can use the type you like best.




After a few minutes I add the sauce to the pan.  I use a toothpick to check the doneness of the onions.   I find it a good way to gage where I am at.


Cooked Vegetables
Cooked Vegetables




Cooked Shrimp
Cooked Shrimp

Now to the Shrimp!  I heat the pan to medium and add the Butter and Sriracha then in go’s the Shrimp.  I use tongs to turn them in the pan.  They only take a few minutes to cook through so stay at the stove.  Why the butter you ask?  I find it helps to bring the flavor s out in both the Shrimp and the Sriracha

TJ Sriracha Sauce
TJ Sriracha Sauce


I plate in a large bowl and place the shrimp across the top for a little style.

Sriracha Shrimp Plated
Sriracha Shrimp Plated

What do you think?




Post Author: Bradly