Chinese Fried Mixed Squid and Abalones Recipe
We mix squid and abalones in this recipe to boost seafood flavor. To make preferred taste, we use shrimp paste, Shacha sauce, fish sauce, and soy sauce to make a unique sauce for this dish. After blanching main ingredients, simply stir-fry squid and abalone with the sauce create a thickened aroma.
10g green onions
5 garlic clove
1 red peppers
1/4 teaspoon shrimp paste
1/2 teaspoon ShaCha sauce
1/4 teaspoon fish sauce
1/4 teaspoon soy sauce
1 tablespoon cooking wine
2 tablespoon water
1/4 teaspoon starch
1/2 teaspoon black pepper sauce
1. Add oyster sauce
to the sauce mixture if you like. Oyster sauce can add a little sweet taste to the dish.
2. Do not overcook the squid. Otherwise, squid becomes too small to each and has a tough taste. When the squid is slighted cooked, remove from hot water
3. Add chili sauce if you like. Or you can add seasoned chili powder. Since red pepper cannot add too much hot taste, chili sauce or powder is a good option for spicy lover.
Wash abalone. Scrub and brush with a toothbrush.
Make cuts on the smooth side of the abalone. Wash and cut squids into small pieces.
Blanch fresh squid into the boiling water. Remove from heat as soon as it rolls up.
Prepare all ingredients, scallions, minced garlic, minced ginger, green onion strips, red peppers.
Mix shrimp sauce, black pepper sauce, fish sauce, ShaCha sauce, soy sauce, cooking wine, sugar, water, and starch. Mix well to make a sauce. Set aside.
Fry minced ginger, scallion, and minced garlic until fragrant.
Add the abalone to stir-fry.
When abalones are slightly cooked, add red pepper to stir-fry.
Add the green onion strips and stir well.