The prawn is scented with rum, and the garlic and cheese are baked in the oven. It is full of fragrance, bite down, and the thick shrimp has a blend of rum and cheese. A delicious trip to the tip of your tongue!
Wash the shrimps and cut them, drain the water, cut them with scissors on the back, and pick out the intestines. Sprinkle with salt, top with rum, and marinate with white pepper for about an hour.
The oven is preheated at 180 degrees. Bake the tin foil, place the marinated shrimp on top, and sprinkle with garlic on the open back of the shrimp.
Mozzarella cheese is shaved and sprinkled on the back of the prawns. Put it in the middle layer of the preheated oven and bake it at 180 degrees for about 20 minutes.
1. There is no shrimp in the house and you can use ordinary prawns to do it. 2. The temperature of the shrimp baked in the oven should be determined according to the size of the shrimp. If it is a big shrimp, then the temperature is a little low, and the time is long, so that the shrimp can be cooked and the cheese will not be scorched. If you use prawns, because of the relationship between the heads of the shrimps, you can increase the temperature and shorten the time. It is enough to bake for about 8 minutes at 200 degrees. 3. If you don't have rum at home, you can use other wine instead. Ordinary brandy, even domestic liquor can be used.