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Friday, 7 March 2014

Fried Shrimp Balls

I have one big bag of tiger prawns left over which supposed to cook for the CNY dinner but due to I have been unwell, I have not done any cooking since.

Well, instead of cooking my usual sweet and sour prawns or sambal prawns, I have chosen to use Nami's Fried Shrimp Balls again because I just love the crisp of the fried panko.





Fried Shrimp Balls
Recipe sourced from Nami of JustOneCookbook


Ingredients
1 medium onion
1 tbsp oil
650g black tiger prawns, peeled and deveined
1 tbsp corn starch
1.5-2 inch ginger
3 stalks spring onion
2 small eggs, separate into egg whites and yolks
1/2 tsp salt
Freshly ground black pepper
1.5 – 2 tbsp corn starch
1 tbsp Sesame oil
1 Cup Panko or breadcrumbs
Oil for deep frying

To Serve with:
Ketchup
Salt & white ground pepper


Instructions:

* Do hop over to Nami's Fried Shrimp Balls on the method to prepare and deep fry this Shrimp Balls as well as to view her tutorial photos.  













 Itadakimasu!

Do you like Fried Shrimp Balls?



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16 comments:

  1. I also have some big prawns leftover from CNY, you just tempt me to try this out.

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  2. Hi Mel, it's Fri again but I'm feeling so tire. This is going to be the only 1 blog that I'm visiting today as my eyes are almost close now though it's only 7.09pm. Love love love your shrimp balls. I have marked this recipe too when I first saw it on Nami's blog. You belanjar ok, haha. Have a good weekend.

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  3. Who doesn't like fried shrimp balls????!!! Not me! I am so drooling over these! ^^ hey, mel's back!

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  4. I like, l like.....Looks super "Sedap"' lah !!!! I wish I can sit down and have dinner with you now :)

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  6. Oishii! I would love one, two, three or more! Nothing like homemade ones :)

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  7. Do I like fried shrimp balls? Give me a plateful and it would disappear in no time! Looks really delicious!

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  8. These look perfect! I have only tried fried shrimp balls once, but they were so good, I definitely want to make some myself! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Oh Mel! These look PERFECT!!!!! I'm so happy that you tried this recipe. I am a big fan of panko too. Those crunchy texture is really addicting and I lose self control on panko fried food (korokke, ebi fry, katsu...just endless!). Thank you very much for linking back to my post! xo :)

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  10. Looks so good... I would also love some! Agree with you, panko is really fantastic for the crispy texture.

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  11. Mel , wish I can grab some of those tasty morsels ! So , any leftover ? :D

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  12. Looks so crispy, I could eat a dozen of them!

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  13. Mel, these prawn balls are really nice as a snack!

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  14. Hi Mel,

    These shrimp balls look yummy... I like them but can't eat them because of my prawn allergy. Kind of sad, isn't it???

    Zoe

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  15. Hi Mel,
    I love shrimp balls, I mean my family love them too..:D
    Yes, I love to use Nami's fried with panko method too. It is crispy outside, moist and tender inside :)
    Thanks for sharing this to LTU!
    mui

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  16. mel, it would be great if i can just taste some of these lovely shrimp balls!

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