|Region or state||Chinese-speaking regions|
|Associated cuisine||Hong Kong cuisine, American Chinese cuisine|
|Main ingredients||Shrimp, walnuts|
|Ingredients generally used||Mayonnaise, condensed milk|
|Honey walnut shrimp|
Honey walnut shrimp is a Western-inspired Cantonese dish of lightly battered prawns in a mayonnaise-based sauce, served with candied walnuts, and is commonly served in Chinese banquet meals. The dish may have originated in Hong Kong, before being introduced to the United States in the 1980s and 1990s.