Posted by on Apr 28, 2022 in Appetizers | 31 comments

Deep-Fried Potato Shrimp Balls

Deep-Fried Potato Shrimp Balls
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Here is what you need!

Ingredients:
Shrimp:
– Raw Shrimp, 15
– Salt, for seasoning
– Pepper, for seasoning

Mashed Potato:
– Russet Potato, 3
– Butter, 1 Tbsp.
– Egg Yolk, 1
– Salt, 2 Tsp
– Pepper, 2 Tsp
– Paprika, 2 Tsp
– Garlic Powder, 2 Tsp
– Flour, needed if the texture is too wet

Others:
– Flour
– Egg Wash
– Panko
– Oil, for frying

Instructions:
Peel off the shrimp skin, leave the tail on; salt and pepper the shrimp for seasoning. Cook the potatoes, mash them into small crumbs, add in butter, egg yolk, if the texture is too wet, go ahead add in some flour; then mix until smoothly; add in salt, pepper, paprika, and garlic powder for seasoning, mix well. Take about 1/3 cup mashed potato, form into a ball shape, poke a hole on the top, then put a shrimp inside, cover the shrimp well and tightened the ball. Dip the ball into flour, egg wash and panko, make sure the ball is fully covered well with all three ingredients, if needed, please refrigerate the balls before frying. Heat the oil between 350ºF to 375ºF, fry the shrimp ball until the outside is golden brown, let it cool down a bit, then serve it right away with any kind of sauce. Enjoy!

All music provided by Audio Network and Warner Chappell Inc. Used with permission

Deep-Fried Potato Shrimp Balls

Here is what you need!

Ingredients:
Shrimp:
- Raw Shrimp, 15
- Salt, for seasoning
- Pepper, for seasoning

Mashed Potato:
- Russet Potato, 3
- Butter, 1 Tbsp.
- Egg Yolk, 1
- Salt, 2 Tsp
- Pepper, 2 Tsp
- Paprika, 2 Tsp
- Garlic Powder, 2 Tsp
- Flour, needed if the texture is too wet

Others:
- Flour
- Egg Wash
- Panko
- Oil, for frying

Instructions:
Peel off the shrimp skin, leave the tail on; salt and pepper the shrimp for seasoning. Cook the potatoes, mash them into small crumbs, add in butter, egg yolk, if the texture is too wet, go ahead add in some flour; then mix until smoothly; add in salt, pepper, paprika, and garlic powder for seasoning, mix well. Take about 1/3 cup mashed potato, form into a ball shape, poke a hole on the top, then put a shrimp inside, cover the shrimp well and tightened the ball. Dip the ball into flour, egg wash and panko, make sure the ball is fully covered well with all three ingredients, if needed, please refrigerate the balls before frying. Heat the oil between 350ºF to 375ºF, fry the shrimp ball until the outside is golden brown, let it cool down a bit, then serve it right away with any kind of sauce. Enjoy!


All music provided by Audio Network and Warner Chappell Inc. Used with permission

31 Responses to “Deep-Fried Potato Shrimp Balls”

  1. Mariam says:

    At first I thought they fried a Beautyblender lol

  2. Naji Ishag says:

    if only they didn’t look like actuall balls, why didn’t they name them
    Deep-fired patato shrimp bean bags?

  3. Silly gaming 1061 says:

    Oh

  4. Tunku Nadirah says:

    I tried this and it’s pretty tasty

  5. IfYouReadThisUsernameYouSmellLikeAButt says:

    These are called coxinha Brazilian croquet usually made with shredded
    chicken and cream cheese in the inside sometimes a cheesy pasta in the
    inside but shrimp weird way of making it.

  6. InfiXeno says:

    Hawt Dayum

  7. Lan Fan (ランファン) says:

    DOES ANYONE REALIZE THAT AT THE END YOU CAN ACTUALLY CLICK THE VIDEOS.

    BECAUSE ON THE OTHER ONES YOU CAN’T FUCKING DO THAT.

  8. Marian Jalmasco says:

    Looks soo good

  9. Rolantis says:

    I don’t really like shrimp but holy god this looks and sounds good

  10. Lucy G says:

    I wonder how much the “oh yes” guy gets paid…

  11. ngradrian says:

    Mmm…fried Beautyblender…

  12. Mohamed745600 says:

    “oohhoo yeeessssss” XD

  13. huda abdi says:

    what’s this song?

  14. Paloma Gavioli says:

    Quando vi, achei que tavam roubando nossa coxinha.

  15. jonh tonna says:

    #deez nuts

  16. calum matheson says:

    I wonder if bubba could make these

  17. Erazorize says:

    I genuinely appreciate these videos you people do. On a side note while I
    know that you use music provided by Audio Network/Warner Chappell Inc., do
    you mind linking the titles of the songs so that we can find them? :3

  18. QuebeC says:

    I would like to make this souce. Can sb tell me how? :)

  19. i Samantha says:

    Thanks for the uploads. Great cooking channel.