Prawn Stir Fry with Asparagus

Prawn Stir Fry with Asparagus

(Goong Sot Pad Gup Normai Falang)

Prawn-Asparagus-Stir-Fry-RecipeKhwanjais Prawn Stir Fry with Asparagus is a lovely quick and easy Prawn Stir Fry Recipe recipe that requires minimal preparation. A lovely savoury sweet prawn stir fry is made refreshingly crunchy with the addition of fresh Asparagus. A truly delicious King Prawn Stir Fry Recipe! (Or Tiger Prawns)

Flavour comes from the Prawns and Asparagus of course but it’s rounded off with just a few Thai ingredients, including my favourite, the lovely Oyster sauce.

We have a large selection of  Stir Fry Classes and Sea Food Classes and this one falls into both camps

Asparagus Prawn Stir Fry is a classic and not to be missed, quick and easy, with some great top tips in the  video tutorial. Marvellously quick and easy recipe, delicious, you’ll love it, I know I did!

How to Cook a Prawn Stir Fry

Serves 2
200g King or Tiger Prawns
2/3 Cup Asparagus
3 Cloves Garlic
1 Tbs Thai Seasoning Sauce
2 tbs Oyster Sauce
1 ts Sugar
1/2 ts Chicken Stock Powder
2-3 Tbs Oil
1/2 Cup Water

Peel and gut the prawns, see our How to Prepare Prawns Thai Style video tutorial
Bash the garlic and remove skin
Chop Asparagus about 1″ logs

Blanche the Asparagus first by boiling some water in a wok of pan and throw in the asparagus, wait until water boils again and remove (great crunchy veggies tip in the video tutorial)
Now add 2-3 Tbs oil to a hot wok and throw in the garlic, stir fry briefly until they soften
Then add the Prawns and stir fry until cooked (lovely aroma here)
Next add the asparagus and a little water
Next comes the seasoning sauce, sugar, chicken stock and oyster sauce
Stir everything together briefly and you’re done!

Serving Suggestions:
Serve with some lovely Jasmine rice as a meal on it’s own or as we would have it….

Stick it on the table next to Khwanjais Chicken Red Curry and maybe a delicious Thai Omelette or the delicious (souffle like), Steamed Eggs plus you could add (while you have the prawns out) Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Sour Prawn Soup) the idea being to have a series of dishes that contrast and compliment each other! Here’s another (not so famous) Spicy Sour Fish SoupThai Fish Soup

Finish the banquet off with a big bowl of fresh crunchy veggies, such as lettuce, cucumber, coriander, green beans, Thai green egg plants and so on!

Visit our video blog Prawn Asparagus Stir Fry where Jules and Khwanjai have some cool cat star guests in the background. At out Thai Food Blog (ThaiFood-TV) we often discuss other factors involved with cooking not covered in the recipes.

Khwanjai’s Top Tips:

This is such a quick and slick recipe you’ll hardly need to print the recipe to make notes…

Here’s the link to our preparing prawns video in case you haven’t done it before

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  • Marg spence Link Reply

    Love your site. Will look forward to looking and trying more often. Thanks Marg Spence

    • Jules Link Reply

      lovely, glad you enjoy, keep on tryng new things

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