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Prawn Toast

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Serves 1 - 30 Pieces

easy fresh prawn and sesame toast

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  • 2 cups Prawns
  • 1 egg white
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 3 tea spoons hot pepper sauce
  • 1 tablespoon cornflour
  • sprinkle salt
  • 2 spring onions
  • 8 slices white bread
  • bit of ginger (optional)
  • seasame seeds
  • 2-3 inch cooking oil


    1. Put all ingredient's apart from bread & seasame seeds in food processor & blend till a paste.
    2. Remove crusts from bread & cut each piece of bread into 4 triangles.
    3. Spread the paste on 1 side of the bread & try & press down as much as possible. Try doing both sides if you wish.
    4. Sprinkle on seasame seeds (best way is to place the seeds on a plate or chopping board & then press paste side into the seeds), only seed the paste side. Try both if you wish.
    5. Heat 2-3 inches of oil in a pan or wok (I use a frying pan), till hot but not smoking, place your toasts into the oil & fry for approx 30-50 seconds each side or as desired.

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14th Feb, 2016
Absolutely delicious, made as part of a dim sum feast for my other half and there's lots left to freeze!!
26th Nov, 2015
We made these Prawn Toasties last night, they were a big hit with 20+ friends, wish I had made more, Really lovely taste and authentic, Well done Chef herbelust x
27th Jun, 2015
"take a look at the grammar book" - I think there should be a subject in that sentence.
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20th Sep, 2014
Makes loads of Toasts and they turn out right every time. Light Crisp and yummy! Thanks.
25th Apr, 2013
@ Trevor - Such a needlessly horrid post! I came here to cook, not to bloody spell! By the way, sentences begin with a capital letter and never with And- two mistakes in one post!
16th Oct, 2015
Did you try the recipe or spend to much time complaining?
28th Mar, 2013
Thanks for your input Trevor. This is a cookery lesson not a 1st year English! I will never pay for these ever again. These are so much tastier that anything I have ever eaten out. I added a few chilli flakes to the mix then added a side of sweet chilli sauce. Thanks again for this fantastic recipe.
22nd Mar, 2013
Made theses lots of times now and I don't use pepper sauce. It doesn't need it. You can store them in the fridge for for up to 2 days. They also freeze very well. Tastes fab too.
2nd Mar, 2013
Trevor's ridiculously pointless and nasty posts aside, this recipe looks great and I can't wait to try it. I'm having a Chinese dinner party and was wondering how far in advance I could make the paste? Have a lot of dishes but don't want to be stuck in the kitchen the whole time...thanks!
27th Feb, 2013
"Put all ingredient's apart from bread & seasame seeds in food processor & blend till a paste. Only two mistakes in one sentence!


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