>> Friday, 1 May 2009
This dish is as easy as it looks. I don't usually use "gourmet" ingredients. I'm still quiet intimidated by most of it, so simple as it is, non-complicated dish just the way i like it. Having said that though, I'm still open for changes, after all I love food..I'm just taking things easy...=)
Now, I could probably eat an all-seafood diet for a year rather than red meat. I'm such a huge fan of prawns, crabs, seashells, and fish...hence the combination prawns and oyster. =)
Hot King Prawns in Oyster Sauce
15 pieces of medium-sized prawns cooked peeled deveined (you can leave the tail if you want)
1 big red tomato diced
1 onion chopped
2 cloves garlic minced
1 red hot chilli
spring onions chopped
1/4cup sweet red/green bell pepper diced
3 tbs Oyster Sauce
1/4c water (optional- for uncooked prawns)
salt and pepper
Heat oil in a pan.
Saute onion and garlic over medium heat until brown and translucent.
Add tomato and chilli. Stir-fry for 2 minutes
Add prawns, oyster sauce and water, season with salt and pepper. Cover to cook for 1-2minutes. Turn off the heat. Toss in bell pepper and spring onions.
- You can add a little bit of water if the dish becomes a little bit dry, if your using fresh uncooked prawns, its water content is enough to keep the dish moist. However, if your using cooked prawns, you may want to add just a little bit of water with it to keep it from drying out.
Best served with rice. Happy Cookin' and eating!