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Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Fried Shrimp dipped in batter [Tod-Mun-Grung] (ทอดมันกุ้ง)

Fried Shrimp dipped in batter


1. Shrimp peeled, chopped finely 2 cups

2. Pork chopped 1/2 cup

3. Egg 1 piece

4. Pepper powder 1 teaspoon

5. Soya sauce 2 tablespoons

6. Fish sauce 1 tablespoon

7. Garlic blended finely 1 tablespoon

8. Wheat flour 2 1/2 tablespoons

9. Cilantro root ground finely 2 tablespoons

10. Pepper 1 teaspoon

11. Vegetable oil 1 bottle

Dipping ingredients

1. Vinegar 1/2 cup

2. Sugar 3/4 cup

3. Salt 1 teaspoon

4. Red-Green chili blended finely 2 tablespoons

5. Cucumber sliced thinly 1/2 cup

6. Cilantro 1 piece


1. Mix pork, shrimp, cilantro root, garlic, pepper until well combined.

2. Add egg, taste with soya sauce, fish sauce, wheat flour and thresh all mixture about 10 minutes until well combined and sticky.

3. Shape into well round piece, flat slightly, deep-fried over medium heat until turned in yellow both side, remove, drain.

Dipping recipes

1. Mix vinegar, sugar and salt,over heat, simmer until sticky a little bit. Remove and set aside for cool.

2. Put dipping water into sauce bowl, add cucumber, cilantro, and peanut.