30 Appetizing Shrimp Ball Recipes for any Occasion

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A Few Things About Shrimp Ball Recipes

Shrimp ball is a 19th-century Oriental appetizer dish. Its popularity spread in the southern part of the United States, and as time passed, it slowly spread to Western countries. Shrimp Balls are known to be an easy recipe which is why there is no doubt that it is present on different occasions.

Shrimp ball recipes have gone so far. Different cooking styles, whether fried or baked, mix and match ingredients, resulting in a more mouthwatering appetizer. Are you ready to discover more shrimp ball recipes? We introduce to you the 30 Appetizing Shrimp Ball Recipe for every occasion. We listed trending recipes, classic recipes with a twist, and diverse shrimp ball recipes from around the world.


1

Crispy Almond Covered Shrimp Balls

Who wouldn’t want to try this Crispy Almond Covered Shrimp Ball recipe we have here? Almonds are known to be high in Vitamin E and loaded with antioxidants. From this, we can say it will be a healthy appetizer. Mixing all the ingredients can be made manually or with the help of a food processor for a better shrimp paste result. A 170 grams/ 5.9 oz of chicken meat is added to make it more tasteful. Scooping a bite-sized shrimp ball and rolling it to the bed of sliced almonds makes your palettes wonder how it tastes. Who would have thought almonds were just for chocolates? It is even more delicious with shrimp balls.

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Crispy Almond Covered Shrimp Balls


2

Golden Shrimp Balls

A shrimp ball from a role-playing game comes to life. This golden shrimp ball is the favorite food of one of the characters of the Genshin Impact game. Depending on your preference, you can use shrimp or prawns in this recipe. Marinade the shrimp with the shrimp marinade for 15-30 minutes to achieve a flavorful filling. Wrap each shrimp with mashed potato leaving out the shrimp tail. Cut 1/16 inch (0.15 cm) thick slices of potatoes using a mandolin and finish wrapping the shrimp ball with it. Cold fry the Golden Shrimp Ball. Slowly heat the fire until it is cooked. It guarantees a beautifully fluffy and velvety interior and crispy, crunchy casing.

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Golden Shrimp Balls


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Crispy Fried Shrimp Balls

This recipe gives you the traditional way of making crispy fried shrimp balls with a twist. Choose medium-sized shrimp and finely chop them ready for the shrimp paste. Mix very well and combine all the flavors of the spices. To achieve a crunchy good, looking outside, use the dumpling wrapper and cut it into strips. Yes! Get a handful of dumpling strips and wrap them around the shrimp ball. When done, get ready to deep-fry to finally see the finished product. The fried dumpling wrapper adds to the crunch of the shrimp ball. You will love this recipe if you are looking for a new look from classic shrimp balls. It is also easy to make with simple ingredients.

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Crispy Fried Shrimp Balls


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Lemon Shrimp Balls

Most shrimp balls are served as appetizers, but in this recipe, shrimp balls are served as a light main dish or as a cold salad. This recipe is also a result of an experiment to create a new refreshing dish. It uses a Cantonese-style shrimp ball while adding lemon chicken sauce to complete this recipe. The secret of how to cook an ideal shrimp ball is also revealed in this recipe. That is choosing fresh shrimp and frying it correctly. In Cantonese cuisine, adding lard to the shrimp paste makes the shrimp ball springy and extra tender. Still, this recipe uses coconut oil instead to achieve the same while making it more healthy. As the final touch, add carrots and broccolini for a colorful lemon shrimp ball main dish.

Total Preparation Time: 40 Minutes

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Lemon Shrimp Balls


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Steamed Tofu Shrimp Ball

This quick recipe matches the tofu with a shrimp ball. This recipe uses a ready-to-cook shrimp paste for the shrimp ball. A marinade recipe is provided so you can easily mix the shrimp paste into it. Use one tube of tofu and cut it into six equal pieces. Wet your hands, scoop some shrimp paste, and place it on top of the tofu. Carefully place the tofu and shrimp ball on the steaming plate and steam for 8-10 minutes. Drizzle the special sauce over the tofu. If you want some color on it, grate some carrots and sprinkle them on top of the Steamed Tofu Shrimp Ball. Your guest will be delighted with the kind of appetizer you have.

Total Preparation Time: 20 minutes

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Steamed Tofu Shrimp Ball


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Fried Shrimp Balls (Chinese Recipe)

Did you know you can make your favorite shrimp balls from your favorite Chinese or Cantonese dim sum restaurant at home? Try this dim sum crispy shrimp balls recipe. The food processor is utilized to bring a quality shrimp paste. About 1 tablespoon, form the shrimp balls with your bare hands. From dumpling wrapper to spring roll wrapper. Who wins the crunchiness from the two tricks? This recipe uses 8 folded pieces of spring roll wrappers cut into tiny strips and used in wrapping the shrimp ball. Deep fry the shrimp ball until the spring roll wrapper turns golden brown. Serve this fried shrimp ball with your favorite sweet chili sauce.

Calories per Serving: 171
Total Preparation Time: 25 minutes

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Fried Shrimp Balls (Chinese Recipe)


7

Fried Shrimp Balls & Yum Yum Sauce Recipe

Most appetizers are served with art and colorful side dish. Because Shrimp balls are one of the best appetizers known, this recipe gives you a delicious shrimp ball and a beautiful dish presentation. Cut half of the 15-18 pieces of shrimp, leaving the tail part. The other half of the shrimp is used for the shrimp paste. Prepare the shrimp tail, and using your bare hands, cover the shrimp tail with the shrimp paste. Roll the shrimp ball into the flour and breadcrumbs. Deep fry until golden brown. These shrimp balls are crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. It is also best to pair it with your favorite dips. However, this recipe includes the yum-yum sauce, which adds to the flavor of this fried shrimp ball.

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Fried Shrimp Balls & Yum Yum Sauce Recipe


8

Chinese Restaurant Style Prawn Ball

You may not know what a slice of bread can do to a shrimp ball. Manually chop the shrimp or prawn for the shrimp paste. Make sure it is finely chopped, and carefully combine all the spices. Added ingredients to enhance its flavor are the lemon and coriander leaf. Prepare the two white slices of bread and cut them into small cubes. After carefully mixing all the ingredients, the shrimp ball will be coated with the cubes of slice bread. Deep fry until the crunchiness is achieved. Pair it with your favorite dipping. This Chinese Restaurant Style Prawn Ball is easy, tasty, and a must-try.

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Chinese Restaurant Style Prawn Ball


9

Crispy Fried Shrimp Balls

You are now about to discover the known to be the best appetizer ever. Potatoes and shrimps are the stars of this recipe. Prepare the whole shrimp by faithfully deveining and peeling its shell. Marinate it with ginger, wine, and some spices to taste for 30 minutes. Boil the two medium-sized potatoes and carefully mash them using a potato masher. Wrap the whole shrimp with the mashed potatoes leaving its tail unwrapped. Deep fry until golden brown. Who wouldn’t want this shrimp ball appetizer at the party? This is another easy, tasty enticing look your guest would want to pick first at your party.

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Crispy Fried Shrimp Balls


10

Crispy Baked Shrimp balls

Baked, not fried. This next shrimp ball recipe is healthier and safer as it uses less oil. It is also a little spicy when you include Thai Bird’s Eye chili pepper. But it is completely fine when not. Remove the moisture of the shrimp before putting it inside the food processor. After it is finely chopped, include all the other spices for a perfect shrimp paste. Rest the mixture in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. Prepare the shrimp balls with your desired size. Preheat the oven to 375 ° F(190 ° C). The shrimp ball is wrapped in phyllo, a paper-thin pastry usually used in Eastern European and Middle East cooking. It gives you a flaky texture from the outside while still giving a soft and springy texture on the inside. This is a complex but still very easy-to-make shrimp ball recipe. Surely, this Crispy Baked Shrimp ball appetizer will add color to your party.

Total Preparation Time: 1 hour and 25 minutes

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Crispy Baked Shrimp balls


11

Shrimp Cheese Balls Recipe

Looking for a cheesy-seafood appetizer? This next recipe is all you need. This is a very easy and simple-to-make shrimp ball recipe. You can also easily find all its ingredients. Just mix and combine all the seasoning with the shrimp paste. Cut mozzarella cheese into cubes. Prepare the shrimp paste flat and add the cheese cubes. Roll it into a ball and cover it with shrimp batter mix flour. To add more crispiness, dip the shrimp ball into the egg and roll it into the breadcrumbs. Deep fry the shrimp ball until golden brown. Serve it hot to your guests. Surely cheese lovers will love the cheesy-seafood goodness.

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Shrimp Cheese Balls Recipe


12

Shrimp Ball Fritters

This Shrimp ball fritter recipe has a Malaysian-inspired flavor. It is also called Bebola Cucur Udang in Malaysia. Small shrimps are used instead of commonly the normal-sized shrimp for the shrimp ball paste. To prepare the shrimp paste, use a mortar and pound it until the desired texture. Chopped chilies and chives add color to the shrimp ball. Mix all the ingredients with the flour, and bit by bit, add the 250 ml (8.45 oz) water while mixing. Leave to cool for 30 minutes. Deep fry the shrimp ball fritters. Serve it immediately to your guests. You can do this quick and easy recipe at home anytime.

Total Preparation Time: 25 minutes

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Shrimp Ball Fritters


13

Shrimp Balls

A trick has been unlocked in this next recipe. You might be thinking that shrimp is expensive to make as an appetizer. Well, this is the trick. First, buy smaller shrimps. Second, add fillers that would help bind the meat. In this recipe, we have pork and basa fillets as fillers. When everything is combined and mixed through the food processor, refrigerate the paste for 15-30 minutes. After making the shrimp balls, give the shrimp ball an ice water bath. You know the shrimp ball is in the correct consistency if it will not fall apart on the ice bath. Cook the shrimp balls through poaching. Boil a pot of water, turn the heat down to the lowest setting, and add all the shrimp balls.

Total Preparation Time: 40 mins

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Shrimp Balls


14

Spicy Baked Shrimp Balls

This Spicy Baked Shrimp Ball recipe went viral. This is a baked shrimp ball giving you a flavorful and lower-calorie appetizer. Extracts the natural flavors by sautéing the garlic, shallots, and pepper before mixing it with the shrimp paste, but this is completely optional. If you don’t want your shrimp ball to be too spicy, just remove the seeds of the Thai chili peppers before chopping. Prepare the oven by preheating it to 350 ° F(176 ° C). Make the shrimp balls and line them into the baking pan. Bake for about 15-17 minutes. For health-conscious but want to eat a flavorful, spicy shrimp ball for your appetizer, this one is for you.

Calories per Serving: 175
Total Preparation Time: 35 minutes

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Spicy Baked Shrimp Balls


15

Hundred Corner Shrimp Balls

This dressed-up version of the shrimp toasts appetizer is called a Hundred Corner Shrimp ball recipe. In one mixture, it makes 80 shrimp balls. That’s a lot of shrimp balls. It is perfect if you host big occasions. Flavors are enhanced by incorporating rice wine or scotch into the shrimp paste mixture. The desired crispness is achieved by deep frying the shrimp ball in 375°F(190°C) oil for 1 to 1 ½ minutes. After frying, reheat the shrimp balls in the 425°F (218°C) preheated oven for about 2 minutes. You’ll surely impress your guests with these Hundred Corner Shrimp Balls.

Total Preparation Time: 1 hour

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Hundred Corner Shrimp Balls


16

Ginger Shrimp Balls with Soy Chili Dipping Sauce

Here’s another dim sum restaurant-quality shrimp ball recipe for you. Ginger shrimp balls are also very easy to make. Unlike the usual, after deveining and peeling off the shrimp’s shell, it is finely chopped but not making it into a puree. The finely chopped ginger adds to these ginger shrimp balls’ subtle and savory shrimp taste. Carefully mix all the ingredients. Preheat oven to 350°F (176°C). Cook the shrimp ball in the oven for 15-17 minutes. This shrimp ball is best paired with soy chili dipping sauce which adapts the gyoza tare dipping sauce.

Total Preparation Time: 30 minutes

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Ginger Shrimp Balls with Soy Chili Dipping Sauce


17

Shrimp Cheese Ball

A unique shrimp ball style and look for this next recipe. It is known to be a crowd-pleasing appetizer. Cook the shrimp in melted butter before chopping it about ¼-inch (.63 cm). In a large ball, mix all the rest of the ingredients, including the shrimp. Transfer the mixture to a plate and form one large ball into the plate. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until firm or at least 1 hour. 10 minutes before serving, coat the giant cheesy ball with pecans. Curious about how it tastes exactly? Try this recipe now.

Calories per Serving: 160
Total Preparation Time: 1 hour and 35 minutes

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Shrimp Cheese Ball


18

Steamed Shrimp Ball Recipe

Steamed shrimp balls are served along with other appetizers in a cart in dim sum restaurants. With this recipe, we can make a restaurant-quality steamed shrimp ball at home. Mushroom is the secret ingredient in this recipe. Soak the mushroom before chopping. Thoroughly mix all the ingredients with soy sauce, Shao Hsing wine, and sesame oil. This can be a healthy shrimp ball appetizer, as mushroom has many health benefits. With this recipe, you can make your healthy steamed shrimp balls at home for any occasion.

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Steamed Shrimp Ball Recipe


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Shrimp Balls

This next recipe is a twist of classical Italian to the Asian flavor of the shrimp ball. Bring in the parsley, garlic, and shallot in a food processor and blend until finely chopped. This brings out the Italian flavor of this shrimp ball recipe. Add all the other ingredients to the food processor until you achieve a shrimp paste consistency. Scoop a small amount of shrimp paste and form it into a ball. To cook the shrimp ball, toss it on medium heat with melted butter. Cook it for about 5-7 minutes. Once cooked, remove the shrimp balls and add your favorite pasta to the pan where you are cooking the shrimp balls. Add some seasonings and add the shrimp ball back to the pan. Toss to combine and serve immediately. Enjoy the Italian atmosphere on your occasion.

Calories per Serving: 295
Total Preparation Time: 35 minutes

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Shrimp Balls


20

Bahraini Shrimp Balls

This Bahraini Shrimp ball is a flavorful blend of Middle Eastern culture. The shrimp paste is a blend of pureed cilantro, turmeric, and rice flour. Like the other shrimp ball, you must mix all the ingredients in a food processor to achieve its consistency. The sauce used in this shrimp ball is a special Bahraini-flavored sauce called Baharat powder. It consists of special spices like paprika, nutmeg, coriander, cinnamon, cloves, and cardamom. Saute all the spices in melted butter with the lemon rind and tamarind paste. The combination of all the ingredients surely brings you closer to the Middle East.

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Bahraini Shrimp Balls


21

Crispy Shrimp Ball

Not an expert cook? No problem because this recipe is simple and easy to make with a vermicelli noddle. Mix and blend the ingredients for the shrimp paste. Form a ball from a 2-teaspoon shrimp paste and refrigerate for about an hour. Prepare the vermicelli noddle by soaking it in the water for 1 minute. Spread the vermicelli noodle on a platter ad roll the shrimp balls. This makes a crispy noodle coating of the shrimp ball. Deep fry and serve hot. This is best paired with pineapple sauce. You just boil all the ingredients of the sauce except the pineapple chunks. You add the pineapple chunks for one minute before turning off the heat. Enjoy the rest of this crispy shrimp ball with your family.

Total Preparation Time: 35 minutes

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Crispy Shrimp Ball


22

Dim Sum Crispy Fried Shrimp Balls

Shrimp balls rolled into a sourdough black olive and bacon country load bread is a thumbs up. Kids would love this sweet and juicy shrimp ball for sure. To start, make the shrimp paste by mixing all the ingredients in the food processor. Refrigerate the shrimp paste for at least 1 hour or overnight to enhance its flavor. Cut the bread into ½ inch/2.54 cm. and prepare it on a platter. Make a scoop of the shrimp paste about two tablespoons into a ball. Roll the shrimp balls in the cubes of bread. To attach the bread cubes to the ball, gently squeeze it in your palm. This would prevent the cubes of bread from falling when cooking. You can deep fry the shrimp ball or air fry it at 350 ° F (180° C). This also is best paired with your favorite chili sauce.

Calories per Serving: 136

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Dim Sum Crispy Fried Shrimp Balls


23

Deep Fried Shrimp Balls Recipe

This Shrimp ball recipe gives you a crunchy exterior and chewy interior. Before mixing the shrimp paste and all other ingredients, beat the egg whites until foamy. Add a squeeze of ginger juice with a garlic press and combine well. Deep fry the shrimp ball in a medium heated wok with peanut oil for about 2 minutes or until they float and become fluffy golden brown. Yes! Peanut oil is used in this recipe. It is an oil that has many surprising benefits like controlling cholesterol levels, boosting heart health, and anti-cancer potential. The garlic aioli dip is also a great partner to the shrimp ball. Just mix 2 cloves of chopped garlic, ½ cup of mayonnaise, 2 tablespoons of olive oil, 1 tablespoon of lemon juice, and a dash of salt.

Total Preparation Time: 45 minutes

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Deep Fried Shrimp Balls Recipe


24

Deep Fried Seafood Balls

We have another simple and quick shrimp ball recipe with a loaf of bread. This recipe added 200 grams (7 oz) of fish paste to make the shrimp ball savory. Along with it are chicken powder and ginger juice. A finely cut spring onion and coriander leaves are mixed to add color to this delicious shrimp ball. Coriander leaves give an added umami taste to the shrimp ball. Aside from that, it also gives health benefits like lowering blood sugar, is rich in immune-boosting antioxidants, and promotes digestion and gut health. After mixing all the ingredients well, roll the shrimp paste in your palms gently and coat it with the cubes of loaf bread. Deep fry the shrimp ball and serve immediately.

Total Preparation Time: 25 minutes

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Deep Fried Seafood Balls


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Easy Crispy Vietnamese Shrimp Balls

This classic crispy Vietnamese Shrimp ball recipe is a sweet cane shrimp ball. As usual, make sure that mixing all the ingredients achieves the right consistency of the desired shrimp paste. Refrigerating the mixture of ingredients for about 30 minutes would best result in a more tasty shrimp ball. Start making the shrimp balls from the refrigerator by scooping the shrimp paste with the ice cream scoop. Now get ready to steam the flavorful shrimp balls. Steam it until they become opaque, about 5 minutes. When done, let it cool. Now for the final part, making the shrimp ball crispy. In two separate bowls, prepare the seasoned bread crumbs and beaten eggs. Roll the shrimp ball into the bread crumbs, then in the beaten eggs, and back to the bread crumbs and deep fry until golden brown.

Calories per Serving: 297
Total Preparation Time: 1 hour and 5 minutes

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Easy Crispy Vietnamese Shrimp Balls


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Italian-American Shrimp Balls

This recipe is from an extinct Italian-American Clam bar restaurant in Manhattan, NYC. A historical shrimp ball, indeed. Its ingredients are Italian with white wine, grated pecorino Romani, and dried oregano rubbed between your hands. Make about 20-25 pieces of golf-sized shrimp balls from the shrimp paste mixture. Marinate the shrimp balls in the refrigerator for at least ½ hour. Fry the shrimp balls in olive oil in a heavy skillet. Every shrimp ball goes with its partner dip, and we make a special sauce in this recipe. In making the sauce, be very careful to pay attention to the amounts of each spice, as it can make or break the whole recipe. Now, enjoy the classic Italian-American shrimp ball you deserve.

Total Preparation Time: 1 hour 30 minutes

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Italian-American Shrimp Balls


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Thai Fried Shrimp Balls

Thai Fried Shrimp Balls look simple and ordinary, but as the saying goes, never judge the book by its cover. Once you’ve tasted these Thai shrimp balls, you won’t stop looking for them. This shrimp ball is full of surprises. We start by boiling the coconut milk and adding the curry paste. This adds a nutty-salty taste to the shrimp balls. Mix the coconut milk with curry paste with the long beans, corn kernels, lime leaves, and all other ingredients. Yes! Lime leaves were sliced very thinly, giving the shrimp ball a unique zesty taste. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. This recipe can make 9-10 shrimp balls. If you want to add more, just double this recipe. Coat the shrimp balls with panko and fry in at least 1-inch (2.54 cm) deep vegetable oil. Best served with Thai sweet chili sauce.

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Thai Fried Shrimp Balls


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Shrimp Balls in a Cake Pop Maker

Shrimp balls are not limited to frying pans, baking sheets, and air fryers. It can also be cooked in a cake pop maker. This recipe gives you flavorful shrimp inside and soft bread outside. If you have a background in pastries, you can relate to the steps in making the coating. For the bread recipe, don’t skip the kneading part, as this helps the gluten develop, so the bread will be soft and airy. Set aside the dough ball until it doubles in size. While waiting for it, mix all other ingredients for the filling. Once the dough is ready, make a long cylinder and cut it into 24 equal sizes, make it into a ball and then flatten it. Put at least ½ tsp. of filling on the flattened dough. Bake it in the cake pop maker for 3 to 4 minutes until golden brown. This is perfect for a kid’s party. You can also serve it with your favorite Asian sauce.

Calories per Serving: 31
Total Preparation Time: 1 hour and 37 minutes

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Shrimp Balls in a Cake Pop Maker


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Prawn Balls Chinese Recipe

A quick and easy shrimp ball in soup is what this recipe is all about. Start with mincing the shrimp. Add all the other ingredients to the minced shrimp and refrigerate for 2 hours. In a pan, add some oil and saute the ginger and prawn shells before adding the 700 ml water. Drain the prawn broth from the prawn shells and add the chopped tomato and spring onions into the broth. Bring in to boil. One can tell the soup has an authentic taste of seafood goodness even before making one. Simply because it uses the natural flavor of the prawn’s shell. Scoop at least 7-8 balls from the shrimp paste mixture using a tablespoon and add them directly into the boiling soup, making the shrimp ball soup dish complete.

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Prawn Balls Chinese Recipe


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Shrimp Ball Stew

This Best Shrimp ball stew is perfect for the rainy season. Wondering why it is the best? It is the best because it is healthy and made with fresh ingredients. In buying shrimps for this recipe, choose fresh shrimps or prawns to achieve a juicy and tender shrimp ball. Mix all the ingredients for the shrimp paste. Be cautious about mixing it in one direction. The shrimp broth in this recipe is also from the shrimp’s shell. By carefully toasting the shrimp shell, the broth releases the natural umami flavor. A perfect look is completed by the soft tofu soaked in the stew. Simmer for 1-2 minutes or until the tofu is cooked.

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Shrimp Ball Stew


Index of Shrimp Ball Recipes

  1. Crispy Almond Covered Shrimp Balls
  2. Golden Shrimp Balls
  3. Crispy Fried Shrimp Balls
  4. Lemon Shrimp Balls
  5. Steamed Tofu Shrimp Ball
  6. Fried Shrimp Balls (Chinese Recipe)
  7. Fried Shrimp Balls & Yum Yum Sauce Recipe
  8. Chinese Restaurant style Prawn Ball
  9. Crispy Fried Shrimp Balls
  10. Crispy Baked Shrimp balls
  11. Shrimp Cheese Balls Recipe
  12. Shrimp Ball Fritters
  13. Shrimp Balls
  14. Spicy Baked Shrimp Balls
  15. Hundred Corner Shrimp Balls
  16. Ginger Shrimp Balls with Soy Chili Dipping Sauce
  17. Shrimp Cheese Ball
  18. Steamed Shrimp Balls
  19. Shrimp Balls
  20. Bahraini Shrimp Balls
  21. Crispy Shrimp Ball
  22. Dim Sum Crispy Fried Shrimp Balls
  23. Deep Fried Shrimp Balls Recipe
  24. Deep Fried Seafood Balls
  25. Easy Crispy Vietnamese Shrimp Balls
  26. Italian-American Shrimp Balls
  27. Thai Fried Shrimp Balls
  28. Shrimp Balls in a Cake Pop Maker
  29. Prawn Balls Chines Recipe
  30. Shrimp Ball Stew

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