Today’s menu, Saute Spicy Oyong, Baby Corn, Shrimp

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Today’s menu

Yesterday, when I was shopping, I saw fresh shrimp, but they were small. It’s hard to find a big one, never find a fresh one. Finally bought it too, rather than nothing, wkwk.

“Stir Saute Oyong, Baby corn, Shrimp”

  • 1 piece of oyong
  • 100 grams baby corn
  • 150 grams of shrimp (can be replaced with a large one)
  • 2 curly red chilies, thinly sliced
  • 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
  • 150 ml water
  • 3 tbsp cooking oil

Ground spices :

  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 5 cloves of red onion
  • 3 pieces of curly red chili
  • 10 green chilies (can be added)

Complementary seasonings:

  • 1 tsp salt/adjust
  • 1 tsp stock powder/adjust
  • 1/2 tsp sugar/adjust

How to cook today’s menu

  1. Wash all vegetables, cut according to taste.
  2. Heat the cooking oil, then fry the chopped garlic. After that, add the ground spices. Once fragrant, add the sliced ​​chilies.
  3. Then add the prawns, stir until the prawns are cooked. After that pour the water, then add the vegetables. Stir, let the vegetables tender.
  4. Add salt, powdered stock and sugar, taste test according to taste. If the water has shrunk, remove it, ready to serve.

Hope it inspires

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