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Prawns in Tomato Sauce

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

 

 

 

 

Recently i had developed a liking for prawns and had been cooking prawns quite frequently. Few dishes down, i discovered that prawns goes very well with tomato sauce. The slightly tart taste and sweetness from tomato enhanced the natural flavour of the prawns, making them a delightful dish to eat.

It is so scrumptious that i wonder why i resist cooking them before. The only reason i can think of is i find the effort of deshelling and deveining them a hassle. OMG! I never realised i’m such a lazy gal, shouldn’t the reward of having a delicious meal demand some work?

Hahaha … Truth to tell, after a few times of handling the raw prawns, me thinks that it’s actually not a tedious job. It just goes to say that ‘pratice makes perfect’. As long as one is willing, nothing is too difficult, heh?

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Prawns in Tomato Sauce

 

Ingredients:

200 g                     uncooked prawns, deshell and devein

1                               big tomato, cut into slice

1/2                          medium size onion, cut into quarters

1/2                          medium size green capsicum, deseed and cut into strips

1 tbsp                     cooking oil

1 tsp                        garlic, chopped finely

1/2 tsp                   salt

8 tbsp                     tomato sauce

50 ml                      water

 

Method:

1.    Heat wok and add in oil, garlic, onion, green capsicum and salt to saute 2 minutes.

2.    Add prawns and cook until prawns change colour.

3.    Add in tomato slices, tomato sauce, water and stir to blend.

4.    Off heat. Dish up, garnish with chopped spring onion and serve.

 

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