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Nov 24, 2010


Jeanne @ CookSister!

ooooh, prawns! How lucky that you have a seemingly endless supply of fresh ones to indulge in! This looks fantastic - like all your finder food :) Please make it for me when i come and visit??

S Lloyd

I usually like my prawns unadorned, but who knows: this one might still be delicious. I'll give it a try

Marta´s Kitchen

Hi! I just found your blog by chance and i absolutely love it!I´ll be visiting it often ;)

Oh, and those shrimps look amazing!!

Wow, I'm sitting here freezing my butt of in the white wonderland that is North Yorkshire and you're post took me back to sitting in one ofthose very harbour side restaurants in Singapore - can't remember what it was called. But, the food was amazing.

I love the idea of lemon grass with prawns - a double remindr of my trip since Singapore was on the way to Vietnam and their wondrful lemon grass.

Thanks for the recipe, my wife is going to love it.


PS: You probably desreve some sort of awardfor your food photography too - mademy mouth water.


These little nuggets of prawn look fantastic! Such delicious flavours!


I really like prawns and in salad? Wow! yummylecious...Thanks for posting.


I love LOVE love Singapore, and Singaporean food. Interesting enough ususally Singaporean people are quite decent and keep a distance, not so common throughout SE Asia; the only exception I found were the restaurants along Boat Quay... your pics make me remember a special day in SIN with a looooooong walk/hike through the city, and some gorgeous food in the Maxwell Food Court and the Chinatown Complex.

Thanks for the recipe, I'll keep it for some time when Germany has come out of the Freeze, and will happily make a detour to the next Asian gocery store :-)


Na, das freut mich aber...
ja, wir geniessen Singapur auch sehr, natuerlich gibts auch genug situationen zum haareausreissen, aber insgesamt ist es eine tolle erfahrung uns sicher ein super einstieg nach asien!
wenn du mal wieder herkommst, dann melde dich bitte, ok?

liebe gruesse

Chef Jay

I love the color and texture combination of this dish. The mixture of prawns and mango will surely give you a bursting taste. Keep posting!

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