An absolute staple when we get a Chinese takeaway but these are AMAZING homemade and surprisingly similar to the real thing! Safe to safe these are a little greasy and definitely not the healthiest thing to eat, but sometimes you’ve just gotta say WHO CARES?! Honestly, you won’t regret it…..
What you need for 12 triangles:
– 3 slices bread cut into 4 triangles (leave the crusts on)
– 200g raw prawns
– 2tsp minced garlic
– 2tsp minced ginger
– 1/4 tsp salt
– 1/2 tsp white pepper
– 1 tbsp soy sauce
– two spring onions roughly chopped
– veg / sunflower oil to fry
– 5 tbsp of sesame seeds
1. Whilst your heating your oil (check its to temp by dropping in a small bit of bread) blend together your raw prawns, ginger, garlic, soy sauce, spring onion, salt and pepper to make a paste
2. Spread a generous tsp of the paste onto each triangle of bread and then sprinkle with sesame seeds until the paste is fully covered – shake off an excess
3. Fry the toast prawn side down for around 3 minutes until you can see the edges start to turn golden then flip and leave for a further minute. Remove from the oil and leave on a piece of kitchen towel to soak up an excess oil and enjoy!!
Tip: depending on the size of your pan, I recommend frying in batches of of four and then popping in the oven at a low temp to keep warm whilst you fry the rest! Serve with spring onion and sweet chilli sauce AND ENJOY