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Friday, 10 August 2012

Thousand Corner Seafood Balls

Oooh.... I am "speechless" in this post.  Never mind, just scroll down to view this delicious seafood balls.  I am sure you and your family will like this very much especially children!

Thousand Corner Seafood Balls
Recipe adapted from Adora's Box

1 cup prawns, peeled
8 crab sticks
1 tbsp of chopped spring onions (white part only)
2 tbsp corn flour
1 tsp light soy sauce
½ tsp salt
½ tsp sugar
½ tsp sesame oil
2 cup very dry mini croutons (white bread cut to small cubes)

1.  Put all of the ingredients, except for the croutons, in a food a processor and grind into
     a paste.

2.  Drop tablespoonfuls of the prawn/crab stick mixture into the croutons.  (Used two
      small spoon to make the balls). Cover with balls with croutons all over  and roll into
      round shape.

3.  Heat wok with some cooking oil.  Deep fry the balls for 2-3 minutes on medium heat.
     Turn them around constantly so the bread coating won’t be burned easily.
     The seafood balls will be done when puffed up and golden brown in colour.
     Drain on kitchen paper and serve with sweet chilli sauce.

Oh, I have forgotten to cut open to let you view the inside of this seafood balls.  No worries, hop over to Adora's Box to view her beautiful golden seafood balls.

Make sure to fry it in medium heat so that the inside is well cooked.


  1. It looks so crispy. Nice to dip in chilli sauce.

    1. Hi Phong Hong,
      Yes indeed it is crispy and delicious. Have it with your favourite chilli sauce!

  2. the name is so cute ;)
    Can have 1000 pcs too? kekekee.

  3. Hi Mel, this is to die for type of snack. I can eat the whole plate by myself. LOL
    It look really good, just had my dinner but I'm hungry again...

    Have a nice weekend.

  4. When I first saw this, I thought it was some potatoes. But looking at the ingredients...Wow, I'm speechless too, this sounds like the best thing I've heard today!

  5. I definitely remember this post on Adora's blog. My mom makes this and so delicious. I should make it one day. I love the crispy outside and my son goes crazy for these delicious balls because of the crunchy texture outside. Your seafood balls look so gooooood!!

  6. Thanks for the mention, Mel. These look so good! I never get to eat these when I make them. They are too popular.

  7. Those look so delicious! I could eat them all.

  8. This is one of my favorite thing to order in the restaurant. Gotta try making them at home someday. :)