Monday, September 3, 2007

Cheessy Minced Prawn Wrap

I had been dinning in many places here and there in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya, what really excites me and had caught my eyes was this entree dish, Deep Fried Prawn Wrap. I even saw this similar dish being prepared over the glass window of Dragon I Restaurant. I do say, it is so exciting to see those chefs preparing the food whereby you know you are going to feast them. Marvellous indeed.

Anyway, here I would like to share my Deep Fried Cheessy Minced Prawn Wrap. For this dish I had utilised minced beef mixed with minced prawn, large prawns, slice cheese and also beancurd wrapper.


Firstly placed the mixed mince meat on top of the beancurd wrapper then placed on top a slice of cheese and the large prawn.


Wrap them like the above. Deep fry them till golden brown. This cheessy minced prawn wraps can be eaten deliciously with thai chilli sauce.

Ingredients
200 gm minced beef
50 gm minced prawn
8pcs (4"x4") beancurd wrappers
8 slices cheese
8 large unshelled prawns

Hope you will try this lovely dish.

Yours Sidney xxx

8 comments:

Cynthia said...

Oh-oh-oh, can I pleeeeease have some of this... gosh you make me so hungry. Your food is so delicious.

East Meets West Kitchen said...

That looks so delicious. Gotta go get some bean curd skin and try your recipe. YUM!

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

how use beef ar..would pork be better?..anything cheese and prawns r good..

Jackson said...

OMG!!! u just mention cheese!! Which cheese is more suitable ar??

wenching & esiong said...

i can't take beef. can it be replaced by other meat? pork or chicken perhaps? would it still taste as good as beef?

ai wei said...

this is good! there is cheese with the prawn. can i substitute the beef with others? same with wenching&esiong, i can't take beef...

culinaryprincess said...

It looks soo good! I feel like eating it NOW!!!

Mochachocolata Rita said...

ohhh myyy goshhh....all my favorite ingredients put together, well done! nigella is right.

too much of a good thing can be wonderful. indeed. :)