Manchurian Shrimp (Garlic Flavored Shrimp)

Manchurian Shrimp (Garlic Flavored Shrimp) created by Chef RH

I haven't tried this one... I am posting it in response to someone looking for Manchurian Shrimp. I found it on thali.com.

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50mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Wash, peel and devein shrimp (leaving tail on gives more flavor).
  • Place in large bowl.
  • Mix in corn starch, ginger paste, garlic paste, pepper, salt, coriander and egg.
  • Heat oil.
  • Deep fry shrimp to golden brown.
  • Spread out on paper towels to drain oil.
  • Sauce.
  • Heat wok on high heat and add oil Saute chopped garlic, coriander, scallions and chilies for about two minutes.
  • Add tomato paste, sugar, vinegar, soy sauce, salt, pepper.
  • Bring to boil.
  • Toss the fried shrimp in the sauce.
  • Remove from heat and serve.
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  1. Memily Giraffe
    Delightful! This was such a flavorful recipe - raves from the boyfriend. I didn't really end up deep frying the shrimp - I just sauteed it in the cornstarch/ginger/etc mixture to reduce fat. Delicious!
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  2. annj17
    I made this the other night and it was delicious!!! Full of flavor! I didn't have the ginger or garlic paste so I used fresh and it was outstanding! I will definatley make this again when I have friends over for dinner!
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  3. leslie
    Yeah, this was YUMMY! I thought the cilantro would be too much, but it was actually perfect. I even brought a bite over to my neighbor who loved it - as did my two year old twins. Thanks!
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  4. Lauren Z
    Delicious. Make it easy on yourself and have all of your ingredients chopped/measured so that the cooking process runs smoothly and quickly; chopping in during the cooking could allow time for ingredients to burn and turn bitter (especially garlic!) We put ours over rice noodles and it was perfect!
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  5. Sweetn More
    It was okay...was missing something.
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