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Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Simplest Fried Prawns

When we went to Sabah last April, we brought home a few blocks of frozen prawns and I tell you, they are big and juicy prawns! Just by describing it, makes my mouth water! When we came back, hubby had asked me to fry the prawns the simplest way possible, with no extra 'accessories'! And Mrs Wifey, gladly obeyed to his command...  siapa nak menolak kalau disuruh buat kerja senang kan... hehehe...  Not having the exact proper recipe, I just follow what I feel like doing and this is the result.... Maybe it is not the recipe that makes it nice, but it's the juicy big prawns.... slurppp slurppppp....


SIMPLEST FRIED PRAWNS
Posted by MamaFaMi
Source : Me


Ingredients :

8 large prawns - cleaned
1 teaspoon turmeric powder
1/2 teapsoon fish curry powder
salt to taste
a bit of chillie paste

oil for frying


Method :

1. Marinate the prawns with all the ingredients and leave for about half an hour.
2. Heat a bit of oil in a skillet and stir fry the prawns just till the prawns changed color.
3. Remove from heat and ready to serve with 'sambal kicap'.
4. To prepare sambal kicap, slice some red chillie or if you want it more fiery, pound some bird eye chillies. Pour enough soya sauce and add sliced onion. Squeeze some lime juice and it's ready.

We had it with fried rice!

Have a nice day!



12 comments:

  1. Hi Sweetie, aiyoyo... the udang so HUGE and sedap lei. I WANT!
    I also masak udang in my blog but compare with yours, my udang now look so kesian. :( hahaha...
    Acuan rose pun sudah buka ceremony buat kek lemon. *wink*

    Have a nice day, regards
    Amelia

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    1. Hello dearie..

      Hahaha... your udang looks so kesian eh? Well, not for long la.. I punya stock pun finishing already. Nanti I pun same boat as you la. Makan the udang yang kesian punya size. Hahaha.. janji sedap, sudahlah. Your slice of lemon cake do look like a dinosour's body la... haha... creative eyes you've got there!

      Nice day to you too dear...

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  2. besaqqqqnyer udang tu mama...... terliur aihhh!!

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    1. Jangan tak tau, chek ada beli yang lagi besaaqqqqqqqqq dari ni... bek hang tadah ayaq lioq tuuu... hahahaha

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  3. waaah!! Sedapnya...lapar pulak.besaqq udang...

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    1. Udang besar tu yang buat dia sedap tu... juicy!

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  4. I would make it even simpler. Terus masuk dalam kuali (malas punya pasal). Love your prawns, Mama!

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    1. Marinate dululah, bagi the taste masuk dalam the prawns. Yummy yummy!

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  5. sedapppppp!! i just loveee prawns in any version. kecuali mentah la kan haha. tapi simple je ye rupanya. takyah tepung bagai...good stuff!!

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    1. Ini version nak cepat dan version tak mau banyak aksesori. Hahaha....

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  6. Besarnye udang!!! mesti puashati makan udang macammni. Berapa harga sekilo frozen prawn kat sana ye?

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