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    Deep Fried Shrimp Balls
    1 lb Shrimp, cleaned & deveined
    2 Bacon strips
    4 Water chestnuts-OR 1/2 md Onion
    Salt
    Pepper
    1 Egg, beaten
    2 tb Corn starch
    Oil for deep frying
    1. Mince shrimp, bacon, onion or water chestnuts together until fine.
    Place mixture in bowl. Remove crusts from bread. Dice bread into very
    fine cubes. Place cubes in shrimp mixture. Add salt, pepper, egg and 2
    tablespoons corn starch to mixture. Combine thoroughly.
    2. Fill deep fyer halfway up with oil. Heat oil on highest heat
    setting. When you think oil is sufficiently heated, test the
    temperature of it with a small piece of bread crust. If it frys to a
    golden brown colour, then oil is ready for deep frying. If bread crust
    fails to brown readily, then oil is not ready yet. If bread crust frys
    to a dark brown, then oil is too hot. Shut heat off of wok, allow oil
    to cool 5 minutes before turning heat on again. Retest oil with bread
    crust to see if it is of proper temperature.
    3. When oil is ready for deep frying, take 2 teaspoons, dip into
    shrimp mixture and form a 1″ diameter ball. Drop ball into hot oil,
    Place about 8 balls into the hot oil. Allow each ball to deep fry 3
    minutes. Turn balls so that each will fry to a golden brown colour.
    Remove balls to paper toweling to drain excess oil from them. Repeat
    procedure for deep frying rest of shrimp mixture until all of the
    mixture is used up. Place shrimp balls on a serving platter. Garnish
    with parsley or other raw vegetable.

    #60905

    rian0404
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    I cant wait to try this recipe thanks for this great guide tips 🙂

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