Honey garlic shrimp stir fry is a super tasty dish that has a great mix of sweet and savory flavors. It’s a healthy and filling meal that’s perfect for dinner or meal prep. The reasons it’s so yummy are the amazing blend of ingredients, how easy it is to make, and the massive protein punch. This easy shrimp recipe has become a favorite in my house, I’m sure it’ll become a favorite in yours too. This Honey garlic shrimp recipe is also really easy and quick to make, theres no marinating time, no having to make a ridiculously complex honey garlic stir fry sauce. Just simple pantry staples that you can cook it in under 30 minutes, perfect for busy nights.
This dish is also great for meal prep. You can cook a double batch, and separate each portion into an airtight container. This saves you time during the week and makes sure you always have a tasty and healthy meal ready to go.
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WHY YOU SHOULD MAKE THIS HONEY GARLIC SHRIMP STIR-FRY
- Easy dinner recipe – low effort for maximum flavor
- The delicious honey garlic sauce makes juicy shrimp
- Has become the most popular recipe in my house
- Easy dinner idea – Change things up using chicken, tofu, or beef instead of shrimp
You’ll find full detailed instructions with exact measurements of all ingredients in the recipe card below.
Shrimp – For the best results make sure the shrimp you are using are raw shrimp (blue in color! not pink!) You can also use fresh shrimp instead of frozen shrimp. I prefer to use large frozen shrimp in this recipe. The jumbo shrimp makes it feel like less food.
Bell Peppers – I use mixed bell peppers in this recipe- you can use any color you have on hand, I just like the extra color a mix of red, orange and yellow add to this dish.
Soy Sauce – I’ve made this both with low sodium soy sauce and coconut aminos. If you want a little more sweetness in this dish and to get the sodium a little bit lower use coconut aminos.
Red Onions – If you want to make this easy recipe even easier, you can buy these pre chopped from the grocery store.
Baby Bella Mushrooms – I used baby bella mushrooms because that’s what I had on hand, I’m sure any other mushroom would be fine to use.
Broccoli – Broccoli is one of my favorite fresh veggies because it doesn’t add much in terms of flavor but it does add volume.
Garlic – I use fresh chopped garlic but you can use chopped garlic from a jar or garlic paste in this recipe also.
Honey – I mean, it wouldn’t be honey garlic shrimp stir fry if I wasn’t using honey would it?
Smoked Paprika – This adds in a little heat to the shrimp. When I make this how I want I use 2 tsp’s of smoked paprika, When I make this how Jesse want’s I only use 1 tsp. The first time you make this recipe I suggest starting with 1 tsp then upping it the next time if you want more heat.
Cooked Plain Rice – I use long grain white rice and cook it in a rice cooker ahead of time. Cook rice your favorite way but make sure to wash your rice before cooking. It’ll remove all that excess starch and your rice will cook better. If you
Optional: Sesame Seeds and Green onion: I like to garnish meals with these, it’s a great way to make your food look great
INSTRUCTIONS TO MAKE THE BEST HONEY GARLIC STIR FRY
You’ll want to have everything prepared before you start cooking shrimp as the cook time is just minutes.
In a medium bowl add in shrimp, garlic, smoked paprika, pepper, honey and soy sauce. Mix together until shrimp are fully coated.
Add shrimp to a large skillet over medium heat. Cook for 1-2 minutes each side. Remove and set aside.
In the same pan add in peppers, mushrooms, onions and broccoli. Cook for 5 minutes stirring occasionally. If the veggies don’t look cooked add an additional minute or two.
Form a hole in the center of the veggies, add in garlic, soy sauce and honey, stir together then add in cooked rice and stir again.
Turn off the heat, add in cooked shrimp, fold until combined.
Split into two equal servings and top with sesame seeds & green onions
WHAT ARE THE CALORIES / MACROS?
This delicious honey garlic shrimp stir fry makes 2 huge servings (Each portion was 1 pound of food!) The calories / macros listed include ALL ingredients listed (including calories/macros of spices) and were weighed on a food scale for accuracy.
Each serving is 448 calories, 51g protein, 1.5g fat, 58g carbs.
This could also be split into 3 portions of 298 calories, 34g protein, 1g fat, 38g carbs.
I recommend doubling the recipe for 4 large meals if you plan to meal prep this.
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Quick and Easy Honey Garlic Shrimp Stir Fry RecipeCourse: Dinner, LunchCuisine: American, AsianDifficulty: Easy
This honey garlic shrimp stir fry takes only a few minutes to make and is the perfect weeknight dinner for the whole family!
15 oz Shrimp (Weighed Frozen) (425g)
1 tbsp Soy Sauce (15g)
1 tbsp Garlic, minced (15g)
1 tbsp Honey (21g)
1 tsp Smoked Paprika
1 tsp Black Pepper
2/3rd cup Bell Peppers, sliced (100g)
1 1/2 cup Broccoli (100g)
1 cup Baby Bella Mushrooms (75g)
1 1/2 cup Red Onions, sliced (75g)
1 cup Cooked Plain Rice (200g)
- FOR THE STIR FRY SAUCE
1 tbsp Honey (21g)
1 tbsp Garlic, minced (15g)
3 tbsp Soy Sauce (45g)
- In a medium bowl add in shrimp, garlic, smoked paprika, pepper, honey and soy sauce. Mix together until shrimp are fully coated.
- Add shrimp to a large skillet over medium heat. Cook for 1-2 minutes each side. Remove and set aside.
- In the same pan add in peppers, mushrooms, onions and broccoli. Cook for 5 minutes stirring occasionally. If the veggies don’t look cooked add an additional minute or two.
- Form a hole in the center of the veggies, add in garlic, soy sauce and honey, stir together then add in cooked rice, stir again.
- Turn off the heat, add in cooked shrimp, fold until combined.
- Split into two equal servings and top with sesame seeds & green onions
- I use Kirkland Brand Frozen Shrimp, I weigh it frozen.
- If you do not have SMOKED paprika and want to use regular paprika (they are different! Smoked has a lot of heat!) Use regular but use 2 tsp instead of 1.
- This recipe can easily make 4 servings instead of 2. Each serving is around a pound of food.