Recipe For Yummy Honey Walnut Shrimp

Today we have a yummy recipe for you which is called Honey Walnut Shrimp. It is a Hong Kong style dish but it gets its roots from the Chinese cuisine. This is such a lovely recipe that you cannot have enough of it. Lovely battered shrimp is tossed in a creamy sauce and topped with walnuts. The good part is that the recipe is really easy. If you love Asian cuisine, this is the dish for you. If you love seafood, you will surely love this. Take a look and start cooking.

Here Is The Recipe For Honey Walnut Shrimp:

Yummy Honey Walnut Shrimp

Preparation Time : 15 Minutes
Cooking Time : 15 Minutes
Serves: 4

Ingredients:

Water – 1 cup
White sugar – 2/3 cup
Walnuts – 1/2 cup
Egg white – 4
Glutinous rice flour (Mochiko) – 2/3 cup
Mayonnaise – 1/4 cup
Honey – 2 tbsp
Large shrimp – 1 pound
Sweetened condensed milk – 1 tsp
Vegetable oil – 1 cup

Method Of Preparation :

Step 1

Take a small saucepan and stir water and sugar in it. Bring it to a boil and then add the chopped walnuts. Boil it for 2 minutes and drain. Place the walnuts on top of a cookie sheet so that it dries up. The candied walnuts are done and will be used for garnishing the shrimp dish.

Step 2

Whip the egg whites in a bowl till it gets foamy. Now stir the mochiko in till it forms into a paste.

Step 3

Take a large skillet and heat some oil in it over high heat. Now dip the shrimps in the mochiko batter. The shrimps should be peeled and deveined. It is easy to peel and devein. Fry the battered shrimps in hot oil till it turns golden brown. It should take five minutes.

Step 4

Remove it on paper towels in order to drain the oil. You do not want an oily dish so drain the excess oil.

Step 5

Take a serving bowl and stir the mayonnaise, condensed milk and the honey. Add the fried shrimps and toss them to coat it with sauce. Sprinkle the cooked walnuts on top of the shrimps and serve hot.

Your shrimp dish is ready to serve! It sounds delicious, right? It tastes even more delicious. You should definitely try it. The recipe is simple and nothing too fancy. Make it as a starter and enjoy it to the fullest with some beer.

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Anshu Choudhury is a Delhi girl. She loves to write and believes that words have power to change lives. She has a Master's degree in Sociology from Jamia Millia Islamia. Anshu loves cooking. She aspires to open her own restaurant serving Bengali and Odiya cuisine. Dancing makes her happy. She likes traveling and swimming. She is versatile, optimistic and adventurous.



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