Inspired by Southeast Asian shrimp satay, this one-pan dish is a weeknight favorite. Taste the peanut sauce before tossing it with the shrimp. If you want it spicier, add more Sriracha.
This was great. I was a little skeptical, but it was fast, easy, and flavorful. I upped the veggies with some corn and red pepper and served it with rice. My husband thinks it needs more sauce, so I plan to double it on the side for him next time I thought it was good as is. I see this as a frequent weeknight dinner. Thanks, Fine Cooking!
I really wanted to love this recipe. It has all the elements I normally search for: low fat, healthy, tasty, and easy to make. The peanut sauce was delicious but the broccoli was bland and needed some seasoning before cooking. Would love to hear how other cooks spiced this one up.
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