Serve these deep-fried shrimp balls as an appetizer at your next party
Shrimp balls are a popular appetizer that sports many variations. Make them ahead of time and keep them in the refrigerator until time to cook. Leftovers - if there are any - are easily reheated.
Note that you can fry shrimp balls in a wok or over high heat on the stove. If you have a deep fryer, that is what we would recommend.
Deep-Fried Chinese Shrimp Balls
1 lb. shrimp (medium),
Remove bread crusts
and chop slices up into small pieces.
This recipe will make approximately 2 dozen balls.
Serve with your favorite dipping sauce. Here's a suggestion:
3 Tablespoons soy
One of the best
things about cooking Chinese foods is that most ingredients can now
be found at every store. When you're planning a party, think about an
entire buffet with an array of chinese foods, including these wonderful
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