Crispy Prawn Rolls
300g dried prawns
5 buah keras (ground)
1 tbsp chilli paste
1/2 tsp belachan
5 rounded tbsp caster sugar
thinly sliced limau perut leaves
poh piah skin cut into 4 pieces
egg white for sealing the prawn rolls
1. Clean dried prawns and remove grits. Place in a blender and grind till fine.
2. Fry chilli paste, buah keras and belachan with a little oil till aromatic.
3. Add ground dried prawns and keep on frying till crispy. Remove and add in 5 tbsp sugar and the sliced limau perut leaves and mix well.
4. Place some prawn mixture on a piece of poh piah skin, roll up and seal with egg white.
5. Deep fry till golden brown. Drain on absorbent paper and when cool, store in an air-tight container.
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Hi! My name is Rose and I really love cooking and baking and experimenting with new recipes. After recovering from Breast cancer in 2005 I decided that I really wanted to share my favourite recipes with people who also love cooking and baking. I have a large compilation of recipes – some are my own, some I have found. I am in the process of transferring all of them online so that my family and everyone else can have access to them. I really don’t want these recipes to go to waste! I hope you will enjoy these recipes as much as I have. Comments and Feedback are always appreciated. God bless! – Rose
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