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Prawn Toast Recipe @ Fifty Cents Each!

February 25th 2009 04:10
Chinese takeaway prawn toast recipe
In my last recipe I revealed the secret recipe for making Southern fried chicken at a fraction of the cost. I have also demonstrated Chinese take away dishes including wontons and spring rolls. In the following recipe and step by step pictures I demonstrate how to make 24 prawn toast triangles for under 12 dollars. That’s fifty cents each!
I used 500g of whole green banana prawns which yielded 250g of prawn meat. Using fresh prawn meat means the finished prawn toasts can be wrapped and frozen for later use.
Chinese prawn toast recipe ingredients banana prawns

250g Prawn meat $8.13
1 Egg white $0.34
1tblsp Cornflour $0.06
6 slices Bread $0.74
100g Sesame seeds $1.89
20ml Sesame oil $0.20
Salt and pepper $0.01
prawn meat sesame seeds sesame prawn toast

Peel and devein the prawns.
Chop the prawn meat in a blender or laboriously by knife.
Beat the egg white and add it to the prawn meat.
Add the cornflour, sesame oil and salt and pepper.
Spread a heaped tablespoon of the prawn mixture evenly onto a slice of bread, ensuring the mixture goes right to the edges.
Repeat the process until all the mixture is used.
Chinese sesame prawn toast recipe ingredients

Pour half the sesame seeds onto a plate.
Press the spread side of each slice of bread firmly onto the sesame seeds.
Top up the sesame seeds as required, and complete the process.
Cut each slice into quarters.
Refrigerate or wrap and freeze them until required.
Pan fry or deep fry prawn toast at 170°c until brown.
Drain them thoroughly for at least three minutes.
Serve prawn toast with your favourite dipping sauce.

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