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2015, a year we are all hoping will be bigger and better than 2014 in a good way. More good news, less disasters. Yeah, yeah, there she goes again with another cliche. Hey, there is no harm in wishing for good things. Talking about good things, that includes good home made food, right? These satay prawn skewers that I made the other day are so good, I mean finger licking good, even if I say so myself. Okay here is how I made it, but don't just take my word for it, try it and let me know how yours turned out.
|2 kgs frozen banana prawns, thawed. 2 tbs vegetable oil, 11/2 tbs brown sugar, 1 large lemon, 4 cloves garlic, ginger, lemon grass, 4 - 6 dried birds eye chili, 1 brown onion, 2 tbs peanut butter, 2 tbs dark soy sauce, 2 tbs fish sauce|
|Blend together, the ginger, chili, onions, garlic and lemon grass|
|Over high heat, in a saute pan, allow the pan to become hot, then add oil and blended ingredients and fry for about 3 minutes.|
|Add peanut butter and cook for 2 minutes|
|Then add brown sugar|
|Lemon and 1/4 cup water|
|Let it cook for 3 more minutes, remove from heat and let it cool down a bit.|
|I used a spoon to cover the prawns which with the satay paste|
|I cooked it in a preheated oven for 7 minutes. Oven was preheated to 200C fan forced.|