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3 ½ cups of plain flour *
400ml water *
1 tsp salt *
5 gm yeast *
¼ cup of roughly chopped chives
2 handfuls of bean sprouts
15-12 medium size prawns (depending on how big you want your fritters are)
Enough vegetable oil to deep frying
Mix all the * ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Once the batter smooth enough add in the chives and bean sprouts and mix them well. Cover with plastic wrap and let it sit for ½ an hour or until bubbles.
Heat oil in a wok over high heat and turn to medium heat once the oil hot enough. Dip the ladle into the hot oil then pour batter into the hot ladle (it’s about half of the ladle) place the prawn on top of the batter and soak it in hot oil until it loose from the ladle. Repeat the same steps and you can cook about 4-5 pieces of fritters in a batch. Cook until the fritters golden brown and crisp enough.
Remove the cooked fritters and drain the excess oil using kitchen paper towel.
1 cup of chili paste (depending on the hot level that you prefer)
1 1/2 cup roughly grounded peanut
1 tbsp dried prawns (soak in the water for few minutes and pound it)
4-5 cm Gula Melaka / Palm Sugar (depend on you)
3 cups of water
Salt to taste
½ tsp asam jawa Adabi (tamarind paste)
4-5 tbsp vegetable oil
Heat oil in a medium size heavy bottomed sauce pan. Pour in chili paste and add in the pounded dried prawns. Cook till fragrant and lil bit brown. Add in peanut and mix them well. Pour in the water, add in the palm sugar, salt, tamarind paste and cook till the sauce lil bit thicken.
Cut the prawn fritters into 4-6 small pieces and serve with the peanut sauce.
Add a stalk of lemongrass for fragrant. I tak masukkan sebab takde stock :)