Thursday, March 18, 2010

Salted Egg Yolk Shrimps I



After the surprised seafood congee cooked by my wild boar  Daddy, I thought I will  reciprocate and cook something nice for  wild boar  Daddy :p   Found some medium sized shrimps in the freezer  and with one salted duck egg ,  some curry leaves from the side garden and tada in the shortest time ever , I managed to whip up this artery clogging dish good enough the serve the Lordship :p  The aroma  of this decadent dish lingers on into my dreamland…hhmmm that good!  Ask the wild boar..ooops Daddy I mean if you don’t believe me :p  This is a great dish to serve when you have invited guests to dinner.
The salted duck yolk is the killer but we don't take it often so it is okay to indulge  once in a blue moon. It does make the whole dish special. The aroma of the mashed yolk being sauted was great. Coating the shrimps shells was tongue licking good...haha I have no words to describe the estactic joy tasting this delicious,  so tongue be it. Honestly the most important ingredient in this dish is the salted egg yolk. I can have the whole plate of shrimp delights all to myself and not wanting to share with anyone but I can't coz of the killer salted duck yolk .  I love salted duck egg and I must not have too many in the house or I will kick the bucket sooner lol!  Just kidding..my wild boar  Daddy and the piggies will keep an eye on this. I am only allowed to buy two each time .



look!  how good those mashed killer are..
.....lusciously mouth-watering and the aroma hmmmm...great!



I stole one out just for my photo shoot session...haha I always
tax one before everyone has a chance to eat :p


can you see the killer yolk coated on the shrimps...
so tongue licking good lol!  really! you have to lick the mashed
yolk off the shell.....
so tongue licking good is aptly used  in this case



Salted Duck Yolk Shrimps







Ingredients:



12 pieces of medium sized shrimps – devein but leave the shell intact
1 tbsp corn potato flour
½ tsp of sea salt

1 salted duck egg yolk – cooked and mashed it coarsely
1 pip garlic- chopped fine
2 sprigs of curry leaves
2 bird's eye chillies

2 tbsp of olive oil
½ tsp of fish curry powder * optional

Method:

Pan seared the seasoned shrimps with olive oil on a non-stick pan till the shells are crispy on the outside and still juicy inside .  Push aside the shrimps and sauté the garlic , curry leaves , chillies and the cooked mashed salted duck yolk till fragrant. Add the curry powder and stir fry the shrimps till well combined. Dish up and serve hot.



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11 comments:

  1. Ooooh....prawns....my fvaourite. Must be so awesome with salted duck yolk.

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  2. WOW! This one looks so appetizing!! Delicious!

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  3. My gosh, that looks so wicked and delish!!!

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  4. WOW Elin, I'm going to buy prawns again. I read a book recently also use salted duck egg to cook prawns, thought of cooking it soon.

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  5. I think this recipe is much better than the plain salted egg prawn! Last X'mas, I went to visit my brother in S'pore. And we ordered that for lunch. Em..em...not as good as I expected! I'm not sure if it's because of the way they cook it or not, you know! Truly dissappointed.
    Have a nice day!
    Cheers, Kristy

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  6. Beautiful photo, Elin!!!
    This looks so so yummy!!! I love the recipe!!

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  7. This is one excellent recipe! Bring on the cholesterol (as long as it is delicious!:)

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  8. small kuching..hi Kathy,I love salted egg yolk but have to cut down because of the cholesterol in it :p

    HI Mary...haha ya I know you love shrimps. Do try it out with the salted duck yolk. It is fantastic!

    Hi Pigpigscorner...yup so sinfully rich :)

    Hi Grace...haha yup this is appetizing and it really boost the cholesterol level up for the day :p

    Hi Ju...it is but for once forget the cholesterol level and just enjoy the deliciousness of it :))

    Hi Anncoo...yes you must try this method of cooking your shrimps. You will not regret it haha :)

    Hi Kristy...this method is more savoury and appetizing...do try it out and you will not want to have it in restaurant anywhere...lol! Just kidding this is good and I am sure elsewhere is good too.

    Hi Miranda...ohhh how I miss you and your comments. So good to have you come here and drop me a line. Kiss your gals for me..they are so cute and adorable. Love them :))

    Hi Joslynn...great to have you here:) How are you keeping? Must meet up again one day when I am in KL :)) Meanwhile do take care till we meet again.

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