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Shrimp in Hoisin Sauce January 21, 2008

Filed under: SEAFOOD — pinkytoes @ 10:52 am


      *  600 gr large shrimp – deshelled, cleaned and deveined
      *  5 pcs garlic, grated
      *  1 large red bellpepper/capsicum/paprika
      *  2 tbs oyster sauce
      *  4 tbs hoisin sauce
      *  2 stalks of leek – cut 2 cm
      *  1 cm fresh ginger, slice thinly lengthwise
      *  spring onions – chopped roughly
      *  coriander leaves – chopped roughly
      *  2 tsp corn flour

        Cooking Directions:

          1.)  Clean shrimps and marinate in  1 pcs of grated garlic, salt, pepper. Set aside for approx. 40 mnts
          2.)  Heat oil in a wok, mix corn flour with marinated shrimp. Deep fry until golden brown. Set aside
          3.)  In a clean wok, stir fry grated garlic & ginger until fragrant. Add chopped bellpepper & leeks.
                 Mix in oyster sauce and hoisin sauce. Add a few tbs of water until cooked through.
          4.)  Stir in shrimps. Mix in thoroughly then add chopped spring onions and coriander leaves.
          5.)  Serve immediately.


          One Response to “Shrimp in Hoisin Sauce”

          1. sirregular Says:

            Looks great! I like the presentation, and it’s hard to argue with Hoisin Sauce. I love the flavor of hoisin and thai basil, but ginger’s probably my second favorite combo with hoisin… Tasty!

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