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Honey Sesame Prawns

Honey Sesame Prawns created by Mrs. Danger_horse

I just adapted this from many recipes and it's never made with exact amounts as you can add more or l less depending on your individual taste.

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directions

  • Have prawns ready and patted dry.
  • Have pan hot and oiled. You will need a heavy based pan as you need to keep the heat up or you will stew the prawns.
  • Add the ginger, garlic and onions; fry for 30 seconds moving constantly.
  • Add prawns and cook for 30 seconds moving and mixing with the paste.
  • Add the sesame oil and honey and cook for further 30 seconds.
  • Add the water and seeds deglaze the pan and mix all together and place on a serving dish.
  • This all should be done inabout 2 minutes and on high heat and you need to keep the food moving in the pan.
  • Serve with rice, soy sauce to taste.
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  1. Mrs. Danger_horse
    Honey Sesame Prawns Created by Mrs. Danger_horse
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  2. Mrs. Danger_horse
    Very nice flavour--the caramelised honey and sesame worked well. I served them on top of Abby's Prawn Mango Avocado SAlad-- yum!
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  3. JackieOhNo
    I doubled the entire recipe and made it exactly as stated; however, I do think the addition of the water effectively "watered" the flavor down, and I would delete that step the next time around. It has the potential for being very flavorful otherwise.
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  4. Recipe Reader
    This is very nice, and an easy dish to make. It has light, subtle flavors. I paired it with some leftover stir-fried rice, and it was delicious. I look forward to making it again and serving it with plain rice so the flavors will show a little better. I did cut the recipe in half, but with plain rice I think I would double all of the ingredients (except for the shrimp) to have plenty for the rice. Thanks for posting a great one. Made for Fall PAC 2008.
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  5. Ozzie Zest
    I just adapted this from many recipes and it's never made with exact amounts as you can add more or l less depending on your individual taste.
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