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Chilli, Salt and Pepper Seafood


This is another dish taken from the book, Women's Weekly - 'Toss', a simple seafood stir-fry.  A very tasty and colourful dish which pairs well with plain hot white rice.






Recipe for Chilli, Salt and Pepper Seafood

    Ingredients

    • 200 gm prawns
    • 100 gm fresh scallops, roe removed
    • 2 capsicums, sliced
    • 1 red chilli, finely chopped
    • 1 tsp seasalt
    • 1 tsp light soya sauce
    • 1/2 tsp freshly ground black pepper
    • 1/4 tsp sugar
    • Some spring onions
    Method
    1. Shell and devein the prawns, leaving the tails intact.
    2. Combine seafood, salt, sugar and black pepper in a large bowl.
    3. Heat some oil in a wok, stir-fry seasoned seafood till cooked, dish out, set aside.
    4. In the same wok, add in some oil, stir-fry the capsicums and chopped chilli for a while, toss in the seafood, add light soya sauce and spring onions.  
    5. Dish out and serve immediately with white rice.



    This post participates in 'Cook your Books # 1' hosted by Kitchen Flavours.

Comments

  1. Hi Cheah,
    You are late posting, or rather very early! :)
    This looks simple and good! I love simple stir-fries like this! Always good with plain rice!
    Thank you for linking!

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    1. You're most welcome, Joyce! Ha, ha. couldn't sleep with all the haze, still feel stuffy and uncomfortable with the air-cond. on.

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  2. Cheah, this is one colourful and delicious summer stir-fry!

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    1. Thank you, Angie. Can't cook this too often, must need to check on my cholesterol level!

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    1. Thanks, Medeja. I always support simple and easy to prepare recipes!

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  4. Hi Cheah, with the gloomy sky outside, this dish brightens up the place. Should taste good and more aromatic with black pepper.

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    1. You've said it, Kimmy. It's truly gloomy and hot outside no thanks to the haze that has enveloped Ipoh.

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  5. Cheah, I like this colourful and simple dish. Looks so delicious!

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  6. Such a simple and delicious recipe Aunty Cheah!

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  7. wow! that looks really delicious! My favorite kind of food:D

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  8. Hi Cheah, you this dish look awesome. Love the scallops and prawns. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

    Have a nice week ahead.

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  9. Cheah,
    Love the seafood in this dish.
    Adding the colour pepper makes this dish even more inviting.
    mui

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