Sunday, July 27, 2008

Any Good Recipe ?


We got this from the " Fisherman Village ". Dry-Prawn flesh. But, we dunno how to cook this boh ! ;D Just look amazed to me, especially. mum never cooked this before too.
so anyone ?

This is how the prawn was " Clean " & " Wash" & Dry under the sun. Was told by the stall lady that no perservative put on. so eat fast or fridge it.

6 comments:

ganache-ganache said...

This is so different from the usual dried shrimp & I've never see this before ! I'll probably deep-fry it till crispy, use it to flavour my stock or grind them & sprinkle on my beehoon soup with scallions.......

Ellieut said...

Every time I visit your blog it is like taking a trip to your country. I enjoy seeing all of the different places you visit and the foods you have available to you that I have never seen before!

kris said...

hei nice blog! My sis Karen recommended ur blog to me :) love it and keep i up!
P/S : I've linked u to my blog :) Do come and visit too :D

Terri @ A Daily Obsession said...

ah, ganache's suggestion sounds good. i think use it like u would dry prawns?

Denise ^ ChiCkyEGG said...

Ganache : ok, I blog it when I cook

Ellieut: Thanks! ;>

Kris: :D TQ , by the way, what is ur blog?

Terri: I Blog I blog

NEE said...

Looks like a very interesting piece of food. can almost smell the dried prawn smell. must try if i go kk or sandakan.

btw i am very interested in your farm's food hehehe...want to try your pancake and toad in the hole...aftermath of the british trip hehe....

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