Howdy! This time I thought I’d share one of my absolute favourite recipes with you. It’s this very simple, yet delicious shrimp-wok. Okay so, first things first, here are the ingredients you’re going to need:
- A few carrots
- 1-2 red onions
- Bell pepper
- (Any vegetable you’d like will work really, so just use your favourite ones as you please)
- 200 grams of frozen small shrimps
- Seasoning (salt, pepper, powdered ginger, soy-sauce, optional chilli, etc.)
- 2 free range eggs
- Sambal-oelek -sauce
- Noodles of your choosing
Next up, the preparation:
Get the pan going on medium heat, and put the frozen shrimps in. Chop up the onions & garlic, and throw them in once the water from the melting shrimps has boiled off. Make sure you don’t burn them. Add salt and freshly ground pepper. Prepare the vegetables of your choosing and add them to the mix. Cover with a lid so the moisture will stay in the pan making the vegetables a bit more chewable while still maintaining that nice crispiness. Scoop the vegetables to the other side of the pan, add a bit of vegetable oil, and crack the two eggs in. Let them solidify for a moment before whisking them up to nice, small pieces that’ll add some nice texture to the wok. Mix the eggs with the vegetables, and add your cooked noodles in. Add the soy-sauce, powdered ginger and the sambal-oelek -sauce, and get all of the ingredients in the pan a final mix. Enjoy!
P.S. I’d add a photo of this dish had I not eaten it all before writing all of this down… it was just too delicious haha!