Lainiao shrimp is called Pi Pi shrimp in Beijing and shrimp rake in Northeast China. It also has a nice nickname of Fugui shrimp. The Chinese New Year is auspicious, and the delicious dishes will be served. Lainiao shrimp can be steamed or boiled in salt water, but the most delicious is pepper and salt. After high-temperature re frying, the shrimp skin is very crispy, wrapped with spices such as pepper and salt, which is very tasty. The meat inside is tender and juicy, with light seafood flavor, soft shrimp meat and endless sucking fingers. The more you eat, the more fragrant it is. I like all kinds of dishes that I can suck my fingers. I’m not only attracted by delicious food, but also enjoy the process of sucking my fingers, such as the greedy process of eating hands like a baby. If it’s convenient for you to purchase, don’t miss this simple and delicious dish. Add a dish for your family dinner.

Ingredients

12 prawns
1 chili (red, small)

Directions

Step 1
Buy the fresh prawns, rest for 1 hour with clean water and rinse them

Step 2
Chop garlic, ginger, red pepper and scallion

Step 3
Heat vegetable oil in a pan, add prawns, deep fry over high heat until the surface turns red and remove

Step 4
Heat the oil in the pan again. Fry the prawns over high heat for 1 minute. Remove the oil

Step 5
Leave oil in the pan, add onion, ginger, garlic and red pepper, stir fry until fragrant

Step 6
Add the fried prawns and stir fry

Step 7
Add cooking wine, salt and pepper powder and chili powder

Step 8
Stir fry and dry