Shrimp Balls In Lemon Sauce

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Shrimp features prominently in Cantonese cuisine, which is famous for her seafood dishes. Minced shrimp (it's called Bai Hua/百花 in Cantonese cuisine) are often used to fill the mushrooms, bell peppers, tofu, crab shells and ect etc. .

Shrimp MixtureSauce
  • 200 g Shrimp, shelled and devined
  • 1/3 tsp Salt
  • 1/4 tsp Ginger paste
  • Salt and white pepper powder
  • 1 tsp Sugar
  • 1 Egg white
  • 2 tsp Cornstarch
  • 1 tsp Sesame oil
  • Cornstarch for coating
  • Frying oil
  • 1 Lemon
  • 50 ml Stock
  • 5 g White vinegar
  • 10 g Sugar
  • 5 g Sherry, medium-dry
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 1/4 tsp Light soya sauce
  • 1 tsp Cornstarch
  • 1 tsp Water
  1. Remove the shell of the shrimps. Devine and rub them briefly with salt. Rinse and pat the shrimps dry with the kitchen paper. Finely chop the shrimps. Place them in a bowl together with ginger paste, salt and pepper, sugar and egg white. Stir in one direction until the mixture is blended, smooth and elastic.
  2. Shape the shrimp paste into 8 balls and lightly coat with cornstarch. Squeeze half lemon into juice, and decorate the edge of a serving plate with the remaining half lemon slices. Mix all the ingredients for the sauce in a small bowl.
  3. Heat some oil in a pan on high heat until very hot. Carefully lower the shrimp balls into the pan and fry until they are lightly golden. Remove and drain with kitchen paper. Leave a bit of oil in the pan and add in prepared sauce. Cook until the mixture thickens, return the shrimp balls to the pan. Once the shrimp balls are evenly coated with the sauce, transfer them to a serving dish. Garnish as desired.

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My Little Space 2/8/09 10:19
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My Little Space 2/8/09 10:21

Oh Angie dear, this recips sound so delicious! I bet my son would love it too. He likes shrimps!

Cooking-Gallery 2/8/09 10:24

Sounds very yummy, Angie. Well done!

Katy ~ 2/8/09 12:22

Lemon and shrimp are a perfect marriage, they belong together. This recipe sounds delicious.

pigpigscorner 2/8/09 12:39

Love the sound of shrimp balls. THey look so juicy!

Sophie 2/8/09 13:10

Angie, your shrimp balls in that sauce look so delicious!!

Yummie all the way,...beautiful pictures too!

Donna-FFW 2/8/09 13:15

Ive never had these before, but with the ginger and soy, I bet its so flavorful in the lemon sauce. GREAT photo!

girlichef 2/8/09 14:33

I am loving this dish! The sauce looks like it coats the delicious shrimp balls so perfectly...delightful, Angie :)

lisaiscooking 2/8/09 17:04

This sounds delicious! It's a must try for me, and this would be good for a party.

doggybloggy 2/8/09 17:27

delightful - simply delightful -I will start making these often - no more purchased shrimp balls for me....

KennyT 2/8/09 23:00

很好吃的樣子啊﹐ Angie很厲害﹗﹗

Palidor 3/8/09 00:59

Yummy! I like how your shrimp balls are mostly shrimp with very little breading.

Janice Soriano 3/8/09 01:07

Those Shrimp balls looks amazingly delicious, you can never go wrong with shrimp and lemon sauce. I can't wait to try the recipe

♥peachkins♥ 3/8/09 01:42

It looks really juicy and delicious. I bet it would be perfect with steamed rice..

Reeni♥ 3/8/09 03:25

How delicious these look, Angie! I love shrimp and am always looking for new ways to prepare them. I love the lemon sauce!

burpandslurp 3/8/09 04:10

Oh that looks delectable! Please invite me to your kitchen, Angie! And maybe you can teach me some non-sweet desserts that I might actually enjoy >.<

5 Star Foodie 3/8/09 05:36

I love the idea of shrimp balls - they looks so cute and sound delicious with the lemon sauce - yum!

elin 3/8/09 05:44

Simple and yet delicious to eat. I will definitely try this out :)

HannahBanana 3/8/09 06:34

I could eat about 100 of these little guys. Great recipe Angie, I'll be holding onto this one for the next time I do an "Asian Night"!

Beachlover's Kitchen 3/8/09 07:28

Angies this shrimp ball really look delicious!! thanks for sharing the recipe!!

Sophie 3/8/09 09:47

Dear Angie!! thanks for saying that about my RSS feed.

You must click again on my RSS feed because a few months ago, I moved my RSS feed. Some people, still have the oldest RSS feed. Just click again on my RSS logo feed. So, that you won't miss my latest posts!

It is all in working order now!

Miranda 3/8/09 14:06

Looks incredilbe....
As always with your creative and wonderful dishes.

Christina Kim 3/8/09 15:24

These look really tasty... who knew shrimp balls could look so good!!

skinny asian girl 3/8/09 20:40

this looks amazing. I've had them when they were sauced with thousand island salad dressing sauce, like this thick, orangey kind of dressing, and it was really good. I imagine this is a lighter version of that!

nora@ffr 4/8/09 10:55

vat a delightful recipe angie!! m loving the juicy saucy part... yumm yummm!!!

Mathilde 4/8/09 15:37

I have always wanted to try shrimp balls and I think I have just found the perfect recipe. Thanks for sharing

Chef Shari 4/8/09 17:37

I can't wait to try these, they sure look yummy!

Euroangel 9/8/09 20:31

this looks very delicious..follow you now...


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