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Try a Different Flavour by Preparing Kung Pao Prawn

If you are a fan of Indo-Chinese foods, you must have tried the spicy concoctions of different kinds of meats and seafood. Prawns are a staple item in this delicacy, and you can find them in different foods, including mixed fried rice.

A Brief About Kung Pao Prawn:

However, if you are both a lover of prawn and the Indo-Chinese delicacy, here is a dish that will surely make your mouth water. We are talking about Kung Pao Prawn. You must have tasted or heard about the dish prepared with chicken. However, using prawns can also offer you a delectable dining experience.


Before sourcing other ingredients, you must find top-quality prawns from a leading seafood exporter. The quality of the seafood is much required for the perfect taste.

Here are the ingredients that you will need to prepare the dish:

  • 400 grams large raw prawns; fresh or frozen
  • Cornflour (1 Tablespoon)
  • Light Soy Sauce (2 Tablespoons)
  • Tomato Puree (1 Tablespoon)
  • Unsalted and Roasted Peanuts (85 grams)
  • Large Whole Dried Chillies (3 Pieces)
  • Finely Grated Ginger (1 Small)
  • Finely Chopped Garlic (2 Cloves)
  • Onions and Bell peppers

Steps for Cooking:

In the initial step, you must season the prawns with soy sauce and ground white pepper. Stir-fry the sauce with other ingredients and mix them in a bowl.

Roast the Ground Nuts or Cashew Nuts on a pan with a drizzle of oil. Set it aside once the nuts are crispy and obtain a golden colour.

After that, stir-fry the prawns in a low amount of oil for at least 2 minutes. Once the prawns gain a golden brown colour, remove the pan and set it aside.

Add the Dried Chillies, Gingers, Onions and Bell peppers to the pan. Add them gradually and Stir fry all for a few seconds. Toss the pan after adding the bell peppers.

Now, place the fried prawns back and toss them in the Kung Pao Sauce. After the sauce becomes thick and glossy, sprinkle the roasted nuts and spring onions on top.

You are now ready with a bowl of Kung Pao Prawn. As an Indo-Chinese food, you can savour it with a plate of Noodles or Fried Rice.

As you can see, Kung Pao Prawn is a delicious food that you can have for both lunch and dinner. However, sourcing the prawns from a trusted seafood exporter is a vital need. You can communicate with a trusted source who can offer you fresh prawns anytime.


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