Trademark of P.F. Chang, famous worldwide, copied by me *evil laugh*
First tasted these babies in Dubai, and now one of my favourite appetisers and snacks. I haven’t looked up for the recipe anywhere, just went with my taste buds and when I made it, it actually tasted like the ones we get at P.F. Chang’s restaurants. Try them at home and fall in love 🙂
500 gms uncooked shrimps
1 tspn salt
2 tbspns sriracha
1 generous pinch of black pepper
2 tbspns soy sauce
1 tbspn rice flour
2 tbspns self-rising flour
1 tbspn corn flour
Oil for deep frying
½ cup mayonnaise
1 tbspn American mustard sauce
2 tbspns sriracha
1 spring onion (green part, chopped)
Few cabbage leaves
Wash the prawns and put them in a colander. Snip off the tails and pat dry the prawns.
Transfer them in a mixing bowl and add salt, pepper, soy sauce and sriracha. Mix well and add all the flours and egg. Mix well and keep aside for 10 mins.
Heat oil to 200 degrees Celsius and fry the prawns.
While the prawns are frying, make the sauce.
Combine everything given for the sauce in a bowl and whisk. When the prawns are golden and crispy, take them out and after draining the excess oil, toss them in the sauce. Don’t leave them in the sauce for too long or they will go soggy.
Toss and serve straight away on to the serving platter with some cabbage leaves and a sprinkle of green onions.
This is my 3rd or 4th recipe of fried fish and all of them are different with different flavors. This is a very simple and lite recipe, not too spicy and it is a crowd pleaser! You can make fish bites with this recipe as well and everyone will love it …. ❤
3 fillets/ 1 kilo of blue grenadier (cut into large chunks)
3 tbspns soy sauce
1 tbspn cracked coriander seeds
Salt to taste
2 tbspns vinegar/ lemon juice for more flavour
1 tbspn cracked black pepper
5 tbspns corn flour
1 tspn garlic powder
1 tspn ginger powder
Oil for frying
Wash and dry the fish fillets and mix in everything except oil, egg and corn flour.
Surprise your loved one this NYE! ….Going to city with friends and watching fireworks, drinking all night and doing stupid activities cannot match an outdoor dinner with your loved one, candles, flowers, chocolates, chilled champagne or wine and a lovely home made dinner followed by a sexy, indulging dessert while watching the stars, kissing each other at midnight and making a promise to be together next year and rest of the life…..
Its just amazing….. I am giving you the dinner idea, for rest use your own creativity…….. 🙂 but do make them feel special, you dont know what next year brings……
2 salmon cutlets (lrg size)
Some salt and cracked pepper
1 tbspn lemon juice
½ tspn mustard
1 clove garlic (chopped fine)
1 tspn chopped dill
1 tbspn olive oil
A splash of olive oil (for cooking)
Any garden salad
Lemon wedges (very important)
-Pat the fillets dry with the paper towel.
-In a bowl, mix lemon juice, salt, pepper, oil, garlic, dill and mustard, apply on the fillets and keep aside for 30 mins.
-Meanwhile you can arrange some pickles and greens onto the serving dish.
-Now heat the grill pan, drizzle some oil and place the fillets on it. After 1 minute reduce the heat to medium. Cook 5 – 7 minutes per side depending on the thickness of the fillet. Flip the side only once.
-Now as the fish is cooked, it will be flaky as well so lift it out of the pan very carefully and put it on the plate you just decorated with greens and pickles.