This is most certainly not for the faint-hearted! The chilli base in this dish will shock your tastebuds but in a very enticing way! They will demand more and more and you will end up addicted!
King prawns are best for this dish. Rub a little lemon juice after giving them a good clean up to take that fishy smell away.
Make this dish on a cold and miserable rainy day to make the atmosphere a bit lively!
|King Prawns – washed, deveined, shell removed||250 g|
|Red, Green,Yellow bell peppers||1 each cubed|
|Brown sugar||2 pinches|
|Soy sauce||2 tbsp|
|Onion||1 big cubed|
|Ginger garlic paste||1 tbsp|
|Turmeric||1/2 tsp each|
|Chilli powder||1/2 tbsp|
|Chinese chilli paste||1 tbsp heap|
|Juice of lemon||1 tbsp|
- Rub salt, ginger garlic paste, turmeric powder, red chilli powder, and lemon juice on prawns
- Keep aside for 20 – 30 mins
- Heat up oil and stir fry prawns under medium flame until cooked
- Push the cooked prawns to a side of the pan and drop cubed bell peppers, garlic cloves and cubed onion
- Stir fry all together for a few minutes. Do not let the peppers and the onion lose their crunchiness
- Add soy sauce, sugar and a bit more salt if required
- Mix Chinese chilli paste
- Stir fry vigorously under high flame tossing the veggies and prawns together
- Switch off the flame and let the pan sit for a few mins to allow all the flavours to blend
- Serve with noodles or rice as a side dish