Panko-crusted shrimp w/ Spicy aioli potatoes

Like I stated before, I love the taste of sriracha and use it often...too often lol!  I stumbled upon this recipe from Iron Chef Michael Symon from Symon's Suppers using this flavorful ingredient. Here is my grocery list...marinated jumbo raw shrimp, potatoes, garlic, lime, mayo, and sriracha.


I like to season my shrimp with a little salt, pepper, and a pinch of cayenne pepper...


While my sliced potatoes were boiling in salted water, I worked on the raw shrimp.  I dumped each into my dunking stations: 1) flour, salt, paprika; 2) beaten eggs; and 3) panko breadcrumbs...


I fried each in canola oil for about 3 minutes on each side...


Oh, how I love the crunch provided by panko breadcrumbs...


As usual, I deviated from the original spicy aioli recipe.  I didn't use the suggested measurements, and I didn't have any scallions.  While the potatoes were cooling off, I mixed all the suggested ingredients for the spicy aioli...


I love using my micrograter for the lime zest...gift from our wedding!  The lime juice gave the sauce a little extra zing! Yes, zing lol!


I didn't have my duck fat (it's in the freezer at home) or bacon fat, so I used a simple sliver of butter and a little canola oil to fry my potatoes.  They turned a perfect golden brown and I mixed them with the aioli mixture...


I didn't have scallions so I topped them with some parsley.  It needed some green since everything was so orange lol!  I placed them in the fridge to cool off...


I finally assembled my plate...


...a little close-up!


Please use the link provided by The Cooking Channel to make this spicy aioli your own...
http://www.cookingchanneltv.com/recipes/michael-symon/fried-potatoes-with-spicy-aioli.html

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