Rinse the shrimp, remove the shells, and blot dry with a paper towel.
Rinse the nanohana, trim off the tough stem ends, then cut into 3-4 cm pieces.
Combine the sauce ingredients in a frying pan, heat for 3 minutes over high heat, stirring while sautéeing.
Presentation: Arrange the shrimp in a circular pattern like a flower, then create a mound by alternating the nanohana with the remaining shrimp, and drizzle the rest of sauce on the platter.
Story Behind this Recipe
I used aurora sauce as a dressing for a sauté.
The broth from the shrimp is incorporated with the simple sauce, making a nice and juicy flavor. The mayonnaise will prevent burning and help add a nice glaze to the shrimp. I also like sprinkling in red chili peppers. Give it a try if you'd like!