“How can you miss the ‘Laughter‘ during this festive season?! Eat ‘Ha‘ (Prawn in Cantonese), and let it smother you with laugther and most of all,… the wealth.”
One of my readers, was checking out salted egg yolk prawns recipe, and I couldn’t remember that I had actually posted the recipe since a while ago (laughing). Oh well, I did tell her about it, just few days back. And this time, I am going to post another version of salted egg yolk prawns, for the healthy you, and all, for this coming Lunar New Year, of course (smile)!
I’ve also create an auspicious dish name for this dish, in Chinese, 黄金炒虾. It simply means stir-fry prawns with ‘gold’. The name emphasizes on the ‘gold‘ this time. Chinese likes good and symbolical things or words relating to gold, wealth, happiness, laughter, good luck, and etc, during the festive. I hope you like the dish and its name. :)read more
“Many people tried to cook this failed dismally, but it would never be you! Here’s my simple and dainty prawn dish for you.”
I never thought such delicious prawn dish could be assembled that simple, initially. It might not look as beautiful as what the famous restaurant presents, but you would be impressed by the taste, or the simple steps found in this recipe.
If you are interested to make this, here is the recipe.
500g of medium prawns, shelled completely and cut a slit at the back of the prawns to devein
2 egg white, whisked till lightly foamy
3 tablespoons of corn flour (to coat)read more
“This Sambal prawn was cooked simply to enliven the taste of my Nasi Lemak dish.”
I cooked this to complement my Nais Lemak dinner the other day. Recipe was given and taught by my mum.
The sweet-spicy mouthwatering Sambal, the complementing prawns, the sweet crunchy onion… This simple to cook dish was perfectly delicious!
To cook this Sambal prawn dish perfectly delicious, who say I must use expensive fresh prawns… I insist on frozen ones because I have my secret tips to keep the texture of the prawns bouncy… Simple, keep the frozen prawns unthawed and added to cook direct, that’s it (smile)! What’s more.. Frozen prawns with express recipe allows you to prepare your meal quick and easy, even if it’s for an impromptu dinner!read more
“Not much an appetite to eat? I have cooked these juicy shrimps with some tantalizing citrus sauce to whet your appetite.”
This recipe I saw in a TVB cooking show (created by a popular HK celebrity) represents an interesting variation on the conventional sweet & sour flavor of the prawn dishes. This recipe incorporates the rich and refreshing marmalade, and good thing is, you probably need not to purposely buy this ingredient for the dish, it might already been seating in your drink pantry all these while… What this recipe add is the Honeyed Yuzu (called it Yuja in Korean) marmalade that uses to make drinks.read more
“A variation of my Black Pepper Pork Dish. The seafood version, this time.”
The Black Pepper prawn is the best option, if you have craving for shellfish instead. And, this recipe takes full advantage of having the flavor packed in the prawns, along with the natural aromatics such as capsicum and onion to infuse the base for refreshing and fragrant sauce with the natural sweetness.
Its peppery taste wasn’t too overwhelming. Not too spicy, the dish wasn’t too wet, too.
Simply an exotic restaurant-dish to be made at home, easily!read more
“Sometimes you just need to fix a quick, yet, luscious, dinner meal for the family..”
Go into just about any restaurants of all cuisines, you are sure to find prawns on the menu. But ordering of seafood, especially prawns (large shrimps) dishes, also mean to lighten your wallet before leaving the reataurant. How about cooking up a ‘restaurant-style’ seafood dish for the family? :)
This is simple to fix and deliciuos to taste large prawns dish, especially if you like the prawns to be packed with robust flavour with mild spiciness in it. Even though the prawns are to be served dry without any gravy, you may actually serve the dish with some cut limes, for squeezing its juice over the prawns upon tucking in, for more zesty flavour. Just to be reminded that with or without the lime, the prawns are juicy and moist enough to taste as it is pan-roasted (in Chinese, we called it 干燒 ‘Gan Shao’, which means dry-roast) where the prawns will be roasted and crisped on the shell, but tender and moist interiorly.read more
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