Chilli Prawns


Indian Chinese cuisine is the adaptation of Chinese seasoning and cooking techniques to Indian tastes through a larger offering of Vegetarian & Non-Vegetarian dishes.Ingredients used to prepare Indo-Chinese cuisines are  Hot chilli, ginger, garlic, sesame seeds, dry red chilis, black peppercorns, soy sauce, red chilli sauce etc.Most dishes are served with gravy, dry, deep Fried & stir fried without gravy.Check my more  Indo-Chinese recipe.

I am sharing my version of  Chilli Prawns In its two-stage preparation, the first stage Prawn is marinated & deep fried  & second stage, the deep fried prawn sautéed with chopped green onion, bell pepper &sauce.

Ingredients

Prawns(deveined)   500 gm/1 lb

Marination

Ginger Garlic Paste 2-3 Tsp

Vinegar 1 Tsp

Soy sauce 2 Tsp

Cornflour/cornstarch 4 tbsp

Salt to taste(marination & gravy)

white Pepper Powder 1/2 or to taste

for gravy

Spring onions with greens chopped 2

Green Bell Pepper or any color (diced) 1

Vinegar 1Tsp

Red chilli sauce 1 Tbsp

Garlic chopped 2-3

Green Chilli 2-3

Soy sauce 1 Tbsp

Tomato sauce 1/2 tbsp

Salt to taste

Cornstarch 1tsp (Dissolve with water)

Oil for  Deep Frying

Oil 1 tbsp for sauteeing

Method

Properly Wash Prawns &Pat dry using a paper towel.Take a big bowl put prawns and add marinated ingredients mentioned above.keep aside for 30 min.Heat a pan adding oil deep fry marinated prawns and drain on a paper towel to remove excess oil.

Heat oil in another pan add garlic, chilli & saute.add white part of spring onion & bell peppers saute.now add sauce mixture & cornstarch dissolve with water and mix properly once it starts boils.add fried prawns.mix properly so that sauce it coats properly.turn off heat & garnish with reserve green spring onion and Serve hot !!

My Tip: Adjust Prawn quantity and sauce as per own taste buds.

One Comment on “Chilli Prawns

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