Monday, April 28, 2014

Hibachi Shrimp Recipe

It is no secret that my favorite food is Japanese. I don't like sushi though. I used to love to go to Japanese Steakhouses. I still love to go to them but haven't been to one since I was in New Hampshire in December 2011. The one I went to was not very good at all, but I didn't get sick so that is good. I did have a good time even though it was loud and not very Japanese steakhouse like.  I love Hibachi Shrimp. It's not really a secret how it is made as they make it right in front of you. I don't know why I paid so much for so long when it is so much cheaper to make at home. I love the Japanese Onion soup so that may be part of it.  I also know how to make that at home too and you get tons of it.  I wanted to share how to make the shrimp.  Hopefully they won't come after me with knives or throw me in an onion volcano. 

Hibachi Shrimp

One pound of raw tailess shrimp
A big spoon of garlic butter
Soy sauce

Three ingredients that's all.

Prep the shrimp by cutting them in pieces. Place the butter in the skillet. I always use an electric skillet add the shrimp and cook through. Add soy sauce and finish cooking and Voila you have the same hibachi shrimp and tons of it, just like the Japanese steak houses make.

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