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The classic appetizer at Asian restaurants in Europe, prawn crackers are a delicious crispy treat. They’re also naturally gluten-free, grain-free, and paleo.
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30 thoughts on “Prawn Crackers From Scratch”
Can we use rice flour instead of tapioca?
What abt the quantities ;-;
It's so good. Vietnamese fish cakes are similar to shrimp chips, only different is made of feather fish. the way you share is great! I love this dish ❤❤❤❤
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What’s the song name?
TIL – I'm never going to make prawn crackers.
what song is this?
I appreciate the fact that you even didn't use any clingfilm or baking paper. 👌👍 You didn't have any problems with cleaning the bamboo steamer afterwards?
really interesting thank you.
Chinese food is a lot of work
This recipe is probably the closest one I've ever seen on YouTube
Can I use cornstarch instead of tapioca starch?
My eyes have been opened! Thank you!!
2:24 oh yesss
I would try it if I get the ingredients but idk
Are prawn crackers actually made out of prawns
How many steps on your Fitbit?x
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Nice thank you for video
Is it okay to use cornstarch rather that tapioca starch?
Its really just awesome video. I will try definitely
Sticking the now steamed prawn sausage in the freezer for about 15 minutes to firm up but NOT freeze, could really help in slicing thinly, potentially working in the mandolin or food processor.
I am glad to see there is nothing dodgy in them, even happier that they are gluten free 🙂
I want to rate this video 4 stars out of 5, the demonstration and listing of ingredients is great but you offer no quantities nor cooking times which makes it rather difficult, yes the recipe might be in the description and I will look in a moment but it would be much better if they were included in the video itself. WOW, ok I have just looked at the recipe, you would have no idea from this video that the prawn sausage required steaming for 1 hour! Popular in Asian restaurants in Europe…..they are very popular in Australia too.
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