Tankfully Fresh Recipes - Steamed Garlic Prawns with Vermicelli

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Tankfully Fresh Recipes - Steamed Garlic Prawns with Vermicelli
Tankfully Fresh Recipes - Steamed Garlic Prawns with Vermicelli
Ingredients
Quantity Ingredients
5 pieces Prawns
500g Dry Vermicelli
10g Wolfberries
10g Minced Garlic
30g Oyster Sauce
10g Light Soy Sauce
6g Fish Sauce
5g Sugar
15g Water
Up to preference Coriander (for garnish)
Up to preference Spring onions (for garnish)
Up to preference Fried Garlic (for garnish)
Directions

Cooking time!

1. Process the prawn by trimming the whiskers and legs. Follow by laying the prawns flat on the chopping board and using a sharp knife, starting from the start of the body, cutting it open till the tail but not through.

2. Open it up further and devein the prawns. Set aside.

3. Soak the vermicelli in water for at least 10 minutes in room temperature water. Drain and set aside.

4. Prepare the sauce by adding the minced garlic, oyster sauce, fish sauce, soy sauce, sugar, and water. Stir and combine thoroughly till the sugar is dissolved.

5. Prepare a pot of water with a steamer stand inside, and cover with a lid. Alternatively, you can use a rice cooker to steam.

6. On a plate, put the drained vermicelli and spread it out.

7. Lay the prawns on top of the vermicelli and spoon the prepared sauce over the prawns.

8. Scatter strips of spring onions and wolfberries all over.

9. Lower it into the steamer and steam for 4-5 minutes before checking. Make sure that the prawns are fully cooked through.

10. Take it out of the pot and garnish it with more spring onions, coriander, and fried garlic if desired.

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