South American red shrimp has been popular since last year. The family likes to eat red, but I don't love it very much. I always feel that I can't reflect the characteristics of the shrimp itself. When a friend came to a dinner party, I tried to fry with yellow. I didn’t expect the aroma to overflow and I was robbed.
Frozen red shrimp is naturally thawed. The so-called natural thawing refers to freezing from freezing to refrigerating one night in advance, or thawing at room temperature four hours earlier. In order to ensure the most delicious taste, do not microwave or open the hydrolysis ~~
Dry the water with kitchen paper. This will ensure that the taste is fried and the oil is splashed.
Heat the non-stick pan and add the butter to the pan.
Add the shrimp, fry on each side for a minute and a half, turn the black pepper in front and sprinkle some salt. Because red shrimp is a sea shrimp, it has a salty taste, so a little salt can be used. Because the shrimp head is large, lift the shrimp tail and fry the shrimp head in the pan for 30 seconds to ensure that the shrimp is cooked.
Plated and decorated with lemon. Serve hot, squeeze lemon juice before eating. The taste is extremely delicious.
I used to fry shrimp with olives because I was worried about the high fat content of butter. Today, butter and shrimp are definitely good friends. The aroma of butter, the shrimp shell is slightly tender when fried, and the shrimp is absorbed into the aroma and refined. Meggle's butter is produced in Germany. The quality of German dairy products is well-recognized, but attentive people will find that we are surrounded by butter from France, New Zealand and Australia, and few in Germany. The 125g package is ideal for small cooking needs in the home, and the salt-free formula makes cooking more free.
Cut the butter, the color is yellow with a creamy color, and it has a strong milky fragrance.
This dish is also possible with a common frying pan. The whole operation is done in five minutes, and the fast hand can't be faster. You still don't try it?