Well, this dish does not really have a name, but it looks like chow mein. However, it is made with very thinly sliced fresh cabbage, stir fried in a spicy terikayi sauce, with green asparagus and shrimp. Delicious!
1/4 head of a small green cabbage
1/3 bunch green asparagus, cut into 1 inch pieces
3 oz fresh shrimp, peeled and deveined (I used Maine shrimp)
1-2 TB terikayi sauce
1 ts hot sauce
3-4 TB water
salt, pepper to taste.
Slice the cabbage in very thin slices using a mandoline (works best!). In a wok, heat the teriyaki sauce with the hot sauce and the water, stir and once hot add the shrimp for 1 min. Then add the cabbage and asparagus, mix well, and stir fry on high for 3-4 min. Serve immediately.
Note: Depending on the shrimp you use, you might have to cook the shrimp longer; Maine shrimp are small and cook very fast. Only the cabbage and asparagus should still be slightly crunchy. If the cabbage is sliced with a mandoline, it wilts and cooks fast when stir fried.