Thursday, March 11, 2010

Food Trip Friday--Ebi Fry ( Deep Fried Breaded Prawn)

---Ebi Fry---

While my brother pampered my hungry stomach full of pinoy foods during our vacation in the Philippines, I thought of doing the works in the kitchen even for just one day lol! Maybe they won't let us stay there anymore in the next few years for a visit lol! My brother and I went to the public market or the so-called tiangge ( palengke )where we bought 2 kilos bigger prawns
for the Ebi Fry for dinner, the others are for grilling and gambas for our pulutan during the night. Some Ebi Fry lovers puts sauces on them but a simple homemade tartar sauce can also be perfect accompaniment to shrimps or seafoods. Just boil some eggs, peel the boiled eggs, chop the boiled egg and put them in a bowl, add mayonaise then salt and peper to taste. You can add parsley on top if you want to. I only made on what's in the kitchen for the simplier tartar sauce.
You may add pickles and onions for the tartar sauce if you want more. Enjoy!
---you can also "double dip" some eggs and panko to "double the size" of the prawn. after the 1st dipping of flour, egg then panko, dip again the breaded shrimp to egg and panko---
---fresh from the wet market (tiangge)--


Ebi Fry Ingredients:

15 Large Shrimps
1 cup Panko ( japanese bread crumbs )
1/2 cup Flour
2 Eggs
Oil for deep frying

How To Make The Ebi Fry:

1: Peel the shrimp and make a incisions on the stomach side so that it stays straight
2: Put flour on shrimp lighty
3: Dip the shrimp in beaten egg
4: Cover the shrimp with panko
5: Deep fry shrimps in a 170 degree C until brown
6: Drain and set aside
7: Arrange platter and serve while still hot.


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31 comments:

Cecile said...

you are very creative talag, Clang kaya naman ang mga anak at asawa mo eh malulusog kasi kinakain nila lahat ng luto mo; pati tuloy ako naglalaway na eh :-)!

♥Willa♥ said...

galing ah,sarap nyan for sure!ako din nung huling nakauwi, pagkain ng fresh seafoods ang kinareer ko, lol!

shydub said...

Uy mami clang rapsa ng tsibug mo pang pulutan talaga. try ko yan some time.

Anyway, thanks sa comments and visits and for the warm birthday greetings. Na shock ko kita sa nag ngisi nga jakoy sa sidebar. so nice and sweet of you clang. mwah!

Chris said...

ang sarap naman nito! :D

by the way, check out my pic here http://chrisamador.blogspot.com/2010/03/friday-photo-flashback-45.html hehehe

placesandmemories said...

wow. yummy. my kids love prawns. i might try this for them. thanks for posting the recipe!

Cacai M. said...

Oi pagka-tingin ko Te Clang, looks so artistic.. parang flowers lang xa.. so artistic mo talaga Te Clang and that prawns are my fave talaga.. (mmmm) at fresh pa... wow.. todo believe talaga ako Te Clang when it comes to arts in viand.. nagugutom na ako ulit.. :)

Dhemz said...

ayay! ganda kaya ng presentation...nakaktakam at may free recipe pa...ehehhehe! kakagutom...jumbo na jumbo...ehehhee!

Nedekcir said...

What is it with deep fry that is sooo good? Yummy!

Sreisaat said...

Panalo sa presentation, Clarissa! Sigurado akong patok din ito sa lasa.
Sensha na di ko pa pala napo-post yung recipe ng gazpacho. I'll try to do it this weekend.

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♥Grace Draper♥ said...

oi sarap nmn nyan sistah yummy dipa ako nka post sa akin he he

Arvin U. de la Peña said...

ayos na food trip..ibang klase..

afv said...

Oh, perfect! I have some shrimps on the fridge and I was thinking what better and other ways to cook them...And btw Clarissa the Choc Cheesecake recipe can be found a few posts below than the recent one, though you have to change the flavors using the same measurements. Hope you'll enjoy doing the easy and quick way, no bake cheesecake.

afv said...

And btw, hope you can change your comment form to "Anybody" so it would be easier for us who are not on "blogger" format to leave comments. Thanks, just a suggestion. Have a nice day!

Mumsy said...

Love fried shrimps! Look delicious!

Jenn said...

very nice food presentation sis. :) im sure it tastes delicious.

Anne said...

Oh my gulay, may fave ito over... ang sarap! Miss ko na ito super, lagi ako nakakatikim nito wen pinas pa ako sa hot pot noodles.

Huh! nagugutom ako sa arranging palang heheh... tnx for dropin sis.

Enchie said...

Hi Clang! that's nice naman! you also cooked for your family. Love ko prawns and your Ebi looks good.

Self Sagacity said...

Hi, I make this for my kids all the time! But I never use eggs, do I dip the shrimp in the eggs after it's sprinkled with flour?

Dee said...

Wow! Ebi Fry! I love it! I just don't know how to make it. Will definitely try your recipe, Clang!

Have a good weekend! Enjoy! :)

r u s s said...

Nakakagutom ha! :)
What do you call the dip that you made for the Ebi? ☮.♥.✮ ☀..✈

rjs mama said...

looks sooo yummy :)

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Ladynred said...

I love prawns kahit anong luto. Yummy for sure!
http://cookandbaking.com/?p=681

Clarissa said...

@Afv: The comment form now is updated.Thanks for the suggestion^_^
@Self Sagacity:Yes,you have to dip in the eggs after sprinkled with flour so that the panko would stay and stick.
@Russ:It's a simple tartar sauce,Russ.
@Everybody:Thanks to all of you friends for dropping by!Hope you all have a blissful weekend!God Bless!^_^

acmumcee said...

wowowow!!! love this!!! at ganyan pala tartar sauce? eh pinapalaman namin sa tinapay.. wahaha!!! pag kumakain kase sa japanese resto.. di pwedeng walang ebi tempura.. hehe..

judys424 said...

Hi Mommy Clang! Thank you for the Ebi recipe :) Will try it one of these weekends, pag mura ang shrimp hehe..:)

eds said...

kasarap nman nito ate izza.. namimiss ko tuloy ang seafoods.. yummy!

chubskulit said...

Sarrrrrrrrrrrrap nyan, meron pa bang tira tira dyan hehehe.. Kumusta na clang?

Hi! I'm Grace said...

Wow! Sarap tingnan. Sure ako na mas masarap kainin yan. :)
Thanks for the recipe.

eden said...

Sarap naman.I want to try that recipe. Hope I can find japanse bread cumbs here. thanks for sharing

Bambie dear ★ said...

wowowee... tyak na nasarapan sila sa japanese style ebi fry.. ate pano nga pala gumawa ng tartar sauce? kung easy lang, paturo... onegai hehe

Anney said...

Tingnan ko pa lang ang arrangement nito e tumulo na laway ko!!

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