Monday, May 30, 2011

Honey Prawn


This is the first time I am trying out some Chinese preparation with prawn. My hubby is a big fan of prawn as well as Chinese food.We Had this dish when we visited Mainland China last time and since then I was thinking to make an attempt to prepare this unusual combination in my own style and believe me it came out so delectable that it got vanished within few minutes. It can be served as a starter in any get together or parties where it will definitely steal the show. It is also an awesome side dish with any Chinese main course.



Ingredients:

King Prawns
300 gms
Garlic paste
2 tbsp
Garlic(chopped)
Soy sauce
6 to 8
1 tbsp
Tomato sauce
1 tbsp
Cornflour
3 tbsp
Egg
Salt
1(beaten)
As per taste
Red chili paste
1 tsp
Honey
2 tbsp
Pepper powder
Sesame seeds (optional)
1 tsp
1 tsp


Method
1.Peel the prawn and devein them. Wash properly and drain out excess water..
2. Take bowl and add prawns, soy sauce, tomato sauce, chili paste, garlic paste, cornflour and salt (Check the salt before adding more salt as soy sauce contain salt in it). Add a beaten egg and mix well and let it marinate for an hour.

3. Heat oil in a pan and drop marinated prawn dipped in cornflour batter in the oil and deep fry in low flame for 4 to 5 minutes until become golden brown. Take it out in a tissue paper and keep aside.

4. Heat little oil in a pan and add chopped garlic. Fry for few seconds and add honey and immediately add fried prawns and pepper powder. Now toss it properly so that prawn pieces get evenly coated with honey.Mind that the preparation will be dry. Turn off the flame and spread sesame seeds which is optional.

Serve hot  as starter or as side dish with noodles and fried rice. Enjoy making  and having this.


26 comments:

Mélange said...

Nice recipe Sunanda.The ingredients tell it all.You might have enjoyed those.Love to have some myself..Slurp!!

Ambreen (Simply Sweet n Savory) said...

Wow! looks absolutely wonderful. Nice presentation.

Raksha said...

Your writing is as cute as you :)

Plateful said...

I love Chinese. I love prawns. Needles to say, I'm loving your honey prawn recipe!! :)

Priya Suresh said...

Mouthwatering here, such a flavourful,marvellous and addictive honey prawn..

divya said...

Omg, drool-worthy prawns,simply inviting...

Harika baratam said...

Simple superb. I love this recipe.Want to grab some. I also make in the same process. Awesome try.

Sravs said...

Wonderful recipe Sunanada !! Honey Prawn looks so wonderful !!

Swathi said...

Honey prawn looks delicious nice color.

Puja said...

So flavorful ~ a great recipe n presentation!
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Indian Khana said...

Looks yum ...with honey it so gud

Pushpa said...

Fabulous fusion of flavours.Can't stop with a few....

Treat and Trick said...

Looks delicious with perfect balance of ingredients......

Nisha said...

Nice recipe .

Urmi said...

I liked the name of the dish. As prawn is my favourite so I am surely going to try your recipe. Looks spicy, yummy and tempting.

Prathima Rao said...

Loved this saucy, tongue tickling starter :)
Prathima Rao
Prats Corner

Hamaree Rasoi said...

This must a delightful dish for prawn eaters. As you know i'm allergic to prawn but still looks appealing to me

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Suja Manoj said...

Drool worthy dish..looks fabulous,bookmarked.

Ola said...

As i see it's really easy to do, but it also looks suitable for elegant dinner. Well done! I hope you'll have a great day!

Taste Melanger said...

Honey prawns is a great combination, and something I'm slowly developing a taste for!!!

Julie said...

Thats a drooling recipe..looks perfect!!

Ma What's 4 dinner said...

Oh this recipe looks wonderful. I love prawns! And the sauce sounds scrumptious. I can't wait to try it. Your blog looks incredible. There are so many things here I'd like to try. I can't wait to look around some more.


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Deepthi KR said...

Dear sunanda,
i like your presentation very much....prawns look so yummy...my hubby loves it!!

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Love2cook Malaysia said...

Lately I quit eating prawns, don't know why just like that. But my Hubby and son love prawns. This dish is one of their favs! Looks really tempting ;)

Chats the Comfy Cook said...

Fabulous photos. Dish sounds delicious.

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