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Tiger Prawns in Soya Ginger Sauce Recipe

Tiger Prawns in Soya Ginger Sauce is a popular Thai Main
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On :
Monday, 24 July, 2017
Category :
Non-Vegetarian Recipe
Course :
Main Recipe
Cuisine :
Thai Recipe
Technique :
Simmer Recipe
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Servings :
Serves 4

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Tiger Prawns in Soya Ginger Sauce is a special Thai recipe which involves juicy prawns and a whole lot of authentic spices served on a wide platter along with noodles and vegetables. This version of prawns recipe is very much popular and mainly served in all the restaurants.

It consists of healthy vegetables - carrots, zucchini, snowpeas and beansprouts. Note : You can prepare the sauce as well as the noodles one day in advance. Vegetables can be sliced & blanched to use the next day.


  • 180 gms. tiger Prawns (cleaned)
  • 35 gms. somen noodles (cooked)
  • 20 gms. Zucchini (sliced)
  • 15 gms. beansprouts
  • 20 gms. snowpeas, cut in 3
  • 20 gms. soya-ginger sauce
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • For the Soya Ginger Sauce:
  • 25 cl. Soya sauce
  • 10 cl. Chicken stock
  • 15 gms. ginger, sliced
  • 5 gms. Lemon grass
  • 2 gms. garlic, crushed
  • How to Make Tiger Prawns in Soya Ginger Sauce:

    1. Add all the ingredients in one pan and bring to boil. Let simmer for approx. 30 mins.
    2. Strain through a fine sieve and thicken with a little cornflour.
    3. Cook somen noodles in boiling water with little salt and little corn oil. When cooked, rinse with cold water.
    4. Slice carrots, zucchini and snowpeas. Clean beansprouts, blanch carrots, zucchini and snowpeas separately in boling water with little salt.
    5. Grill or sauté the prawns in a non-stick pan. Heat the noodles in little chicken stock.
    6. Saute the vegetables in non-stick pan and add the beansprouts at the end.
    7. Heat the sauce. Arrange the noodles and vegetables on the plate, add the prawns on top of the noodles and add the sauce.


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