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recipes
prawn balls
oil temperature required 170˚C
ingredients
200g (8oz) shelled prawns
1 onion
1 garlic clove
15g (3oz) white breadcrumbs
1 egg
5ml (1tsp) Worcestershire sauce
salt and pepper
25g (1oz) plain flour
method
Finely chop the prawns ,onion and garlic.
1
Mix all the ingredients together except the flour.
2
Shape the mix into 25cm/1in balls and coat with the flour.
3
Chill for at least 1 hour before frying.
4
Heat the oil and fry for 4 - 5 minutes - turn to allow even browning.
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Serves 3 - 4
chicken kiev
oil temperature required 170˚C
ingredients
50g (2oz) butter
2.5ml (
tsp) garlic powder
1
2
5ml (1tsp) chopped parsley
2 chicken breasts
wooden cocktail sticks
1 egg
25g (1oz) flour seasoned with salt and pepper
25g (1oz) white breadcrumbs
method
Mix together the butter, garlic powder and parsley and roll into
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2 log shapes.
Skin and bone the chicken breasts and flatten out.
2
Place a roll of the butter mix into each breast and roll up the breast,
3
fold in the ends so that the butter is enclosed. Secure with a cocktail
stick.
Beat the egg and dip the chicken pieces into the egg. Make sure that
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the chicken is fully coated with the egg.
Coat the chicken with flour and then roll in the breadcrumbs. Chill for at
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least 1 hour before frying.
Heat the oil and fry the chicken for 15 - 20 minutes.
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Ensure that you remove the cocktail sticks before serving.
basic batter for coating
oil temperature required 190˚C
suitable for coating fish, meat, vegetables and fruit.
ingredients
125g (5oz) plain flour
pinch of salt
10ml (2tsp) baking powder
170ml (7fl oz) liquid (water, milk, beer or cider)
method
Place the flour, salt and baking powder in a bowl.
1
Make a well in the centre and add half the liquid and mix well. Then
2
add the remaining liquid.
If the batter is left to stand, mix again before use.
3
Dip the food in flour seasoned with salt and pepper before coating with
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batter.
Lower the basket before adding the food to prevent the batter sticking
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to the basket.
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