Sate prawns
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Sate prawns
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:21:29 AM. Recipe ID 53717. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Sate prawns
 Categories: Seafood, Appetizers
      Yield: 4 Servings
      1 kg Green prawns or any other
      3 ts Oil
    1/4 ts (for marinade) 5 spice powd.
      2 tb ( " ) sate sauce
    1/2 ts ( " ) curry powder
    1/2 ts Sugar
      1 ts Dry sherry
      3 ea Medium onions
      1 ts Water
    1/4 ts ( " ) chilli powder
      1 ea Pinch of salt
      1 ts Cornstarch
      1 ts Soy sauce
  1. shell prawns with sharp knife. Using sharp point of knife, cut each
  prawn down the back and remove black vein. With the knife, make a
  deep slit down the back of the prawn (not your finger), take care not
  to cut right through.  Combine marinade ingredients in bowl (all with
  marinade sign plus the last 3 items in ingredients. Add prawns,mix
  well and let stand for 2 hours. 2. peel onions, cut in half, then cut
  each half in wedges. 3. Heat oil in large pan or wok, add onions,
  saute until transparent, approx 2 minutes. 4. Add prawns and marinade
  to wok and saute until prawns turn light pink or in other
  works,cooked. That should take 3 minutes or a bit longer. Add water
  and mix well. Arrange lettuce around the edge of the plate. Spoon
  prawns on the lettuce. To serve intraditional style, place a small
  metal bowl containing brandy. Light the Brandy and pick up a prawn
  with chopsticks or any other non flamable material and hold the prawn
  over the flame to heat and add flavor to the prawns (also to barbeque
  it in a sense).

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Recipe ID 53717 (Apr 03, 2005)

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