Garlic Shrimp Tails

Garlic Shrimp Tails

by Eat up

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In the deep inland of Inner Mongolia, all kinds of aquatic products and seafood are not dominant. In Jiangsu, you can buy a lot of crayfish in the season for dozens of yuan, but on my side, frozen lobster tails cost about 40 pound. But it’s delicious. You have to buy it if you are expensive.


Garlic Shrimp Tails

1. Prepare the required ingredients, cut the white and green onion into sections, and mince the ginger and garlic.

Garlic Shrimp Tails recipe

2. Shrimp tails in a pot under cold water, blanch for about one minute after the water is boiled, and remove.

Garlic Shrimp Tails recipe

3. Rinse the scum with water and drain.

Garlic Shrimp Tails recipe

4. Put oil in the pot, add chopped green onion and ginger, and stir fragrant white onion.

Garlic Shrimp Tails recipe

5. Pour the lobster tails and stir fry.

Garlic Shrimp Tails recipe

6. Add cooking wine, appropriate amount of oyster sauce, add fresh seasoning, continue to stir for a few minutes, then pour in garlic sauce, stir evenly.

Garlic Shrimp Tails recipe

7. Finally, pour in the scallions and stir-fry for a few times to get out of the pot.

Garlic Shrimp Tails recipe

8. The prawn tails are especially delicious

Garlic Shrimp Tails recipe


Do not blanch the shrimp tails for too long, 1 minute is enough; the garlic chili sauce is not very spicy, if you think it is not spicy enough, you can add some dried chilies or something.


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