Orange Teriyaki Shrimp with Rice NoodlesPosted by in Fish | Parchment Paper Packets
If you’ve been following my blog, you know it’s all about no mess, no pot cooking. So how on earth could I make noodles? Oh, I’m excited to share this one! I was so thrilled with this method!
1 lb medium shrimp, peeled and deveined
1 single serving container (4 oz) of mandarin oranges
1 scallion, thinly sliced
1 medium garlic clove, chopped
1/4 of a broccoli head, cut into tiny florets
6 oz rice noodles
1/3 cup teriyaki sauce
1/4 cup soy sauce
Clean out your sink and place the rice noodles in it. Cover with cold water and allow to soak for 15 minutes. Remove the noodles and place in the center of a piece of parchment (I made this family style). Make a nest in the middle and place the shrimp. Top with scallions, garlic and broccoli. Pour the oranges on top, juice and all. Then drizzle the teriyaki and soy sauces, being sure you get it on the shrimp and as much of the noodles as possible.
Bake at 400 for 30 minutes. Wow! I surprised even myself with this one! No pots, no mess and a delicious Asian shrimp dish with noodles. It has a nice citrus taste and the green of the vegetables give it color and flavor. I’ll be making this one again!
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What an amazing blog! So glad I found it. I will forward the address to my nephew who is struggling with his first attempts at food prep while in grad school. And, I’m putting rice noodles on my shopping list. This dish sounds so yummy!
Thanks!! These ideas are perfect for folks with small kitchens, who are don’t want to deal with a lot of fuss in the kitchen, but want to eat good food.
This looks wonderful! I have been wanting to check out your new blog for awhile now. I want to try the Mexican Turkey Cups too! Yummy! I’ll be back!
I must tell you that I LOVE your new blog. The ideas are so fabulous and the recipes look so tempting. I need to try this one for sure!
Love your new blog too. Such a cool dish to make–noodles and all!
Thanks! This was really exciting to make. I’m still in awe that it was possible!
Thank you! I really appreciate hearing that!
I would have never thought it possible. CRAZY!
I honestly did not think it would work. However, Ina Garten says not to boil lasagna noodles (the regular kind) and instead to soak them in water and then assemble the lasagna and bake, so that’s where I got the idea.
We usually soak our rice noodles as above, but then finish them off in a wok. This will be a great alternative!
Wow! I cannot believe it. I would have never thought this could work. Definitely something we are going to try. Thanks for sharing! 🙂
You’re really inspiring me with this blog — even though I’m a very reluctant cook.
Brilliant adaptation. And an amazing dish. I still cling to my pans (since my husband does clean-up) but you’re gradually winning me over.
A built-in dishwasher that requires no work on your part is a great thing!
This looks fabulous. I want to try it (when the kids aren’t around since they won’t eat shrimp!) I must say, I’m AMAZED by all the cooking you do!!
You could use small pieces of chicken in this just as easily if you wanted to. I cook dinner every night and most nights it’s something I can blog about.
Parchment NOODLES? Really? That’s genius!
Why thank you!