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Shrimp Sambal with String Bean

I'm using my new Canon Digital Power Shot SD 850 IS to snap this yummy delicious shrimp sambal with string bean.At last my new order card reader arrived,so I can download my photos.I make my own sambal paste ,last 2 weeks ago.You can get the recipe here Sambal Paste..Oh!! I been eating this dish with white rice for 2 days and it's really spicy and good...I really get the kick out of this..This dish is very simple to cook using any ready make sambal paste which I made in advance..Here it's goes..
Which photo look better??.The first photo is Auto mode ....or below photo with Manual mode function.I'm still working with my new camera....*rubbing my forehead and eyes* *sigh*

Ingredients:
1 lb String Bean( remove both end thread & wash)
1 lb Shrimp(clean and deviened)
2 tbsp blended dry shrimp
1 tsp sugar
1 tsp salt
1 tsp chicken flavor powder
1 tsp oil
2-3 tbsp sambal paste
Method:
Heat wok or skillet at high heat.Add in oil and blended dried shrimp,fried until fragrant,then add in sambal paste.Add in clean shrimp,stir fried for 2- 3 minutes,scoop out,set aside.Add in string bean,sugar,salt and chicken seasoning.Stirred well for another 5 minutes,add in cooked shrimp.Serve with white rice.
Note:I like my string bean crispy ,crunchy and healthy,so I just cooked for 5 minutes with no water.If you like well done string bean,cook longer with some water(simmer) or deep fried string bean in oil first ,wash with cold water before adding in the sambal shrimp to cook again..Usually, chinese restaurant do that method...faster and string bean look shinny.

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7 comments:

ICook4Fun said...
December 23, 2007 at 10:02 AM

That plate of sambal sure look good. I can eat 2 bowl of rice with it :) As for the pix I always used Macro mode for taking close up food pix. Hope this help :)

Big Boys Oven said...
December 23, 2007 at 11:01 AM

Looks so delicious and I like string bean, so yummy.
I must show you the sambal paste I use, maybe available at your shop.

BigFish said...
December 23, 2007 at 11:55 AM

Oh dear... Really like this one! Sambal is just always nice to serve with Rice!!!

Little Corner of Mine said...
December 23, 2007 at 12:22 PM

Yum! I love this dish too, so good with rice! Yes, use close up mode (shown by a flower sign) to take close up picture, if not it will be blur.

Beachlover said...
December 23, 2007 at 2:12 PM

Gert
Thank you for your information..I'm glad you tell me this.My camera have macro mode and some many other mode as well,but when I open the little hand book,aiyo..I'm blur blur liao!!..U know me,refused to seat and read everything!!lol!!

BBO:
Yes,you must show me the paste you used,then I don't have to pound myself la...so susah and extra work..

Bigfish:
Thanks for visiting my humble blog:))..now let me hop to yuor blog see what cooking!!

LCOM:
Thanks for the tips:))..Let me look for flower sign...

The Cooking Ninja said...
January 5, 2008 at 3:29 AM

ooh ... I love sambal prawns. Unfortunately I don't have sambal paste lah.

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