Crispy Baby Shrimps with Kaffir Lime Leaf. Kaffir lime leaves are thick, dark green and shiny on the top, porous and pale on the back. A leaf has two connecting leaves which I call 'double leaves'. Kaffir lime leaves are too tough to just eat, so they're either kept large and reserved, or sliced thin.
An important ingredient in soups such as Tom Yum, Tom Kha Soup The strong scented leaves have lovely fresh lemon flavor. The leaves can be torn, chopped or shredded and used in soups and curries. I hope you all like this video, and I'll try to find more good recipe for show. You can have Crispy Baby Shrimps with Kaffir Lime Leaf using 7 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Crispy Baby Shrimps with Kaffir Lime Leaf
- It’s 100 g of Baby Shrimp.
- It’s 100 g of Tempura Flour.
- You need 1/2 cup of Water.
- Prepare 2 pcs of Kaffir Lime Leaf (finely julienne).
- You need of Little Salt and Pepper.
- You need 1 cup of Vegetable Oil.
- Prepare 3 tbsp of Ready Chili Dip.
Kaffir lime leaves are highly aromatic leaves of the makrut limne tree. They are a great addition to spicy soups and curries. Asam gelugor (asam keping) Asam jawa (tamarind) Belachan (shrimp paste) bunga kantan (torch ginger) Buah keras (candle nuts) Cincaluk (fermented baby shrimps). Need a kaffir or lime leaves substitute?
Crispy Baby Shrimps with Kaffir Lime Leaf step by step
- Prepare flour mixture by mixing tempura flour, water, salt and pepper then mix well. Texture is lightly thick liquid..
- Add shrimp and Kaffir lime leaf julienne and mix well..
- Heat oil by using medium heat. Pour shrimp mixture into hot oil and spread flat dia 2-3 inch..
- Fry until it has golden color and crispy. And put it on oil towel to absorb oil. Then put in serving plate with Chili Dip..
- Tip : texture is crispy and taste is little salty and scent of Kaffir lime leaf. Good for appetizer and snack. You can change to other vegetables instead of Kaffir Lime Leaf, such as Holly Basil, Sweet Basil or if you like spicy then add chopped chili and little drop of lime/lemon juice..
- Enjoy your cooking..
Kaffir lime leaves come from the makrut (makrud, magroot) lime plant, a shrub that is common in Southeast Asia. They are sometimes sold dried or frozen at Asian markets in the U. See fresh versus dried kaffir lime leaves. Applications of kaffir lime juice and leaves are considered quite beneficial for proper hair care. You can apply decoctions and mixtures to the scalp and hair to slow the start of male pattern baldness and strengthen the follicles of the hair.