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Tod-Mun-Goong (Deep fried shrimp cakes)

Zone Central

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Tod-Mun-Goong (Deep fried shrimp cakes)

 

Background

The well-balanced ingredients of shrimp cakes makes this recipe popular among Thai and Chinese, while shrimp and seafood have sweet and delicious flavor, they are also well-known for a high protein source. In addition of pork fat helps the inside of the cakes stay moist and not dry out during the cooking process. It is actually very simple to make by mixing the ingredients with pork fat and chopped shrimp, a traditional technique to well blend. Similar to place bread crumbs before deep fry for crispy skin with soft texture.

 

Nutrition facts

Shrimp contains high calcium and vitamins B12 that enhances the growth of cells and benefits through red blood cell production and brain membrane. Furthermore, iodine controls the functioning of thyroid glands in human body, which also has a significant influence on the metabolic processes in the body. It helps in the optimal utilization of calorie.

 

Ingredients

½ kg shrimp, peeled

50 grams pork fat

1 white egg

1 tablespoon corn flour

1/2 teaspoon sesame oil

1 teaspoon Chinese cooking wine

A pinch Pepper powder

1 cup of bread crumbs

Vegetables oil for deep-fry

 

 

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