Monday, January 4, 2010

Tom Yam Shrimp with Pineapple

It's been awhile I cook any tom yam dish or soup.These days we can get any Asian paste in any US and A, Asian market,it's so convenience and easy.I like spicy ,sour and slightly tangy sweet seafood dish.So I add ketchup and chili paste into the sauce.Beside onion and green bell pepper I also mixed fresh pineapple into this dishes. This dish is really scrumptious ,exotic and yummy-delicious!!








Ingredients:
1 lb shrimp with head attached ,cleaned

Seaoning:
2 tbsp tom yam paste (any brand)
2 tbsp ketchup*optional*
2 tbsp sugar or to taste
1 tbsp chili paste*optional*
1 tsp tamarind powder
salt to taste
3 cloves gralic,peeled and chopped
2 tbsp oil
3-4 leaves kaffir lime (daun limau purut)

Vegetables:

1 onion,peeled and sliced
1 small bell pepper, sliced
1/2 nos fresh pineapple,cleaned or can pineapple
1 stalk scallion,cleaned and cut
Method:
1:Heat skillet with oil at medium high heat,add in chopped garlic,fry until fragrant.Add in shrimp ,kaffir lime leaves and seasoning.Fry for 5 minutes,add in cut vegetables. Use spatula and mix the ingredients well.If it's too dry add in 3-4 tbsp water.
2:Fry ingredients for 10 minutes or until cooked,check seasoning before sprinkle with scallion.Dish out and serve warm.







9 comments :

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Wo, this look really nice, especially with pineapple.

Anncoo said...

WOW! Really makes me drooling...
Any more left?

mycookinghut said...

wow... the shrimps are so big.. looks really juicy... paired with pineapple.. simply delicious!
Happy New Year!

tigerfish said...

I use Lee Brand Tom Yam paste in the US. How about you?

Kevin said...

Pineapple and shrimp is always a winning combination!

Sweet P said...

Just discovered your blog. Loving it! Going to try out your soy sauce chicken tomorrow night :)

I just started a new food blog as well. Http://cookingmd.blogspot.com.
Would appreciate any suggestions or comments!

Jill said...

Hi, i wanted to ask where u buy the sweet fermented rice? i seen in ur sweet potato huat kuih... hope to gt ur reply coz i couldnt find it anywhere

My Asian Kitchen said...

Sonia:
Thank you:)

Anncoo:
hahaha!! sure come!


mycookinghut:
yes it's super delicious!! Happy New Year!


tigerfish:
I didn't check the name of the brand I bought .usually I get the thailand's brand.

Kevin:
Thank you:D yes it's:)

Sweet pea;
Thank you for dropping by:)
Hope you enjoy your time here.I will drop by your blog next:)

Jill:
I bought the fermented sweet rice in Asian supermarket.I dunno where you live but if you live in metro city ,you can easily get it in any asian market at chiller shelf where they display eggs ,tofu or vegetables.Let me know if you need more info:)

Jill said...

hey.. asian? u didnt buy it from Malaysia? coz i couldnt find it in malaysia....

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