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This is a great side dish especially with wantan noodles.\r
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Wontons or dumplings are not only well known among the asians but also the westerners too. I personally love this soup version especially after a long haul flight as it somehow gives me a comforting feeling. \r
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In this recipe, I opted for wantan wrap bought from the store. Preparation of this dish is pretty simple. However, wrapping wantans can be pretty tricky as water is used to seal the wrap. Too much water might cause the wrap to tear. \r
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If you do not like wantans in soup, you can opt to have them fried instead. Serve with some sweet chilli sauce. You will love its crispiness. Have fun wrapping these delicious dumplings. This recipe yields around 14 – 16 pieces of wantans.\r
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tafbutton blue16 Wantan Soup with Meat and Prawn Filling | Wantan Soup | 馄饨 | 云吞 | 抄手 | 清汤 [Nyonya Cooking]

Easy steamed prawns recipe for garlic lovers. Best served with rice.\r
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Cooking an array of dishes for a meal catering to a group of people can be very tedious. Hence, I like to prepare quick and simple dishes during such occasions. This steamed prawns with garlic dish is a quick dish anyone would be able to whip up without any fuss! Due to the simplicity of the dish, you can certainly rely on it as a quick after work recipe too.\r
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Using fresh prawns for this dish would be the best option but frozen prawns would also do the trick. All you need for this recipe is a whole load of garlic. To some, garlic may be extremely offensive but to garlic lovers like me, I am sure we all agree that besides having an amazing flavour, it also contains great health benefits and medicinal values. Besides being highly nutritious, it is also very low in calories. Hurrah to that! Together with the taste and aroma of the sauces that are added to the dish, the burst of flavours that explodes in the mouth is exceptionally delightful.\r
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If you do not like to have rice with the prawns, you may opt to steam some glass noodles together to create a quick one pot meal.\r
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In this recipe, I fried some of the minced garlic to be mixed with the fresh minced garlic. It is important to be careful when frying the minced garlic as burnt garlic would cause this dish to be bitter. The steaming process should not be too long or the prawns would turned out to be tough. Otherwise, this dish is definitely an easy and excellent choice for a meal.\r
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tafbutton blue16 Steamed Prawns with Garlic [Nyonya Cooking]

A typical peranakan dish which is rich in flavours – fruity, spicy and creamy all at the same time.\r
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When being introduced to peranakan dishes, you may have come across these delicious curry prawns with pineapples or in the Malay language, it is called Udang Masak Lemak Nenas. The tangy pineapple flavour and the fragrance of the spices makes this an appealing dish and is delicious even when simply taken with plain white rice.\r
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Blend all the required ingredients together and once that is done, cooking the curry is really simple. You may have noticed the long list of ingredients but do not be intimidated. It will be well worth the effort. That explains why this dish is so flavourful. A crucial part of the preparation is to ensure that the blended ingredients are cooked until fragrant.\r
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To complete the dish, add some strips of kaffir lime leaves to enhance its fragrance. In Germany, I found the kaffir lime leaves at the the frozen section of the Asian grocer. Skip the leaves if you are unable to get them. The curry prawns will taste just as tantalizing!\r
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tafbutton blue16 Curry Prawns with Pineapple | Udang Masak Lemak Nenas [Nyonya Cooking]

Butter prawns are crispy and fragrant. The toasted grated coconut adds a slight crunch to it! A simple asian prawn recipe you must try!\r
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The divine taste of the butter prawns is not easily forgettable once you have tried it. The sweetness of the prawns blending with the slight tinge of saltiness from the soy sauce and the spiciness of the chillies makes this dish ever so appetizing.\r
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If you are a seafood lover like me, you will definitely love this dish. Every ingredient blends together harmoniously. The toasted desiccated coconut certainly enhances the taste besides adding a fantastic aroma to the dish. Ensure the freshness of the prawns when preparing this dish.\r
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Nyonya: Female descendants of a Chinese ethnic group who relocated to the Malay archipelago in the 15th century.\r
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Like a true Nyonya, Grace cooks real Asian food with fresh ingredients.

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