Posted by on Nov 21, 2019 in Appetizers | 19 comments

How To Make Prawn Toast – Chinese Video Recipe

How To Make Prawn Toast – Chinese Video Recipe

Sesame prawn toast is a favourite all over the world. It's so quick an easy to make at home, today I show you how to make it, with my simple recipe. Give it a go!

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Ingredients:

4 slices bread
150g raw prawns
1 tbs soy sauce
1 inch fresh ginger
1 clove garlic
Sesame seeds
Oil for frying

Enjoy!

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How To Make Prawn Toast - Chinese Video Recipe

Sesame prawn toast is a favourite all over the world. It's so quick an easy to make at home, today I show you how to make it, with my simple recipe. Give it a go!

Check out my channel -- http://www.youtube.com/CookWithAussie
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Ingredients:

4 slices bread
150g raw prawns
1 tbs soy sauce
1 inch fresh ginger
1 clove garlic
Sesame seeds
Oil for frying

Enjoy!


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19 Responses to “How To Make Prawn Toast – Chinese Video Recipe”

  1. Arabella Pollock says:

    Sweet prawn toast you absolute imbecile

  2. MissVampish says:

    Aren’t these Thai? Never had them at a Chinese place in NZ but they’re
    usually served as an entree and any Thai restaurant.

  3. Drew Tanzosh says:

    I feel so awful saying this, didn’t have canola oil. Fried in butter.. Was
    wayyyyyy too good. Thanks for the recipe…..

  4. Razor G says:

    Hi. You make reference on this video about oven baking them instead of
    frying but they aren’t quite the same. May I suggest a way that worked
    really well for me? I fried 1 side of the bread in shallow oil and then
    spread the mixture and seseme seeds on and grilled the top.

  5. chocoholicSISTA263 says:

    Youtube chopping board?

  6. alex richardson says:

    its a western chinese food if that makes sense

  7. Tao Dai says:

    This does not exist in any Chinese Cook Book

  8. 99centstoreful says:

    can u just toast the bread, cook the shrimp, then blitz them into a paste
    with said ingredients, top with seasame seeds and serve…as a healthy
    alternative as well….

  9. Rum Dufian says:

    They seem to be the vein less kind.

  10. Siti Fatimah says:

    Prawn toast not popular In China but Very popular In chinese take way at uk

  11. chocoholicSISTA263 says:

    they dont look like the ones i get from the takeaways. i love prawn toast
    wna make some today

  12. Tims liu says:

    Im Chinese aswell and I’ve eaten this in Hongkong and I serve these in my
    own restaurant so I don’t know what kind of Chinese you are

  13. Amylopectin says:

    I live in America and I’ve never seen them before! Also, keep in mind some
    Chinese restaurants tend to have “asian fusion” or “asian inspired” food as
    well rather than having just having traditional foods! Restaurants in
    general tend to have fancier foods that aren’t common at all. If you were
    to go to an Italian restaurant, I’m sure you’ll find many things an Italian
    family has never heard or made before!

  14. Penguinlol Animations says:

    why aren’t the prawns pink after cooking like the restaurant’s?

  15. MissPockybean says:

    its a popular entree in yumcha places!

  16. Extremespeed says:

    i love prawn toast

  17. lmaree200886 says:

    ….The Japanese make their own version too, also a pork version. It’s a
    mixture of Chinese, Japanese and western cooking called Shippoku cuisine.
    This version is actually called sesame prawn toast, the usual version isn’t
    coated in sesame seeds and they add water chestnuts into the prawn mince
    and deep fry as normal. Sesame prawn toast is the more common variant in
    Aus and also in the UK. I have had this with almost every Chinese dinner
    since I was little. Thanks CookWithAussie for the vid!

  18. lmaree200886 says:

    I wonder if anyone who doesn’t know what prawn toast is would at least have
    a thought to google it. It has a page on wikipedia actually. Apparently,
    prawn/shrimp toast is a dish thought to be over 100 years old. It
    originated from China’s Guangdong Province, so it really is Chinese….

  19. CupRockTV says:

    Very cool, will try it.