CULINARY DISCOVERY

Steeped in tradition and infused with innovation, cuisine transcends mere excellence and enters the sublime. Michelin-inspired menus reflect the flavors of the world with every meal an artful orchestration of culinary discovery. The Spot Prawn Vermicelli Clay Pot is a fine example of dining crossing paths with art – enjoy it on Crystal Symphony or Crystal Serenity at the new Silk Kitchen and Bar, one of up to ten dining venues!

Photo: Crystal

Ingredients

Sauce:

  • 2 ounce chicken stock
  • 0.35 ounce light soy sauce
  • 0,2 ounce dark soy sauce
  • 0.35 ounce oyster sauce
  • 0.35 ounce sugar

Sweet Garlic:

  • 6 pcs. garlic cloves
  • 3/4 cup onion oil
  • 12 pcs. crushed black pepper

Ingredients List:

  • 0.70 ounce bacon slices 3 * 3 cm
  • 0.35 ounce ginger ( julienne)
  • 8.8 ounce glass noodles cut into 10 cm long and soaked in warm water
  • 12 pcs. blanched celery stalks (chinese cut into 1 cm by 2 cm)
  • 16 pcs. spot prawn tails (raw)
  • 4 pcs. langoustine raw or spot prawns (cut tail in half claws cracked)
  • 18 pcs. parsley stems cut into 4cm pieces
  • 18 pcs. cilantro stems cut into 4cm pieces

Garnish:

  • young celery leaves
  • fresh cilantro

Preparation

For the Sauce

  1. Mix all ingredients and bring to a boil and set aside

Sweet Garlic

  1. Cook all ingredients over very low heat until garlic is soft and sweet, crush with a fork

Procedure

  1. In a clay pot place parsley stems, cilantro stems, ginger julienne, bacon slices top with your sweet garlic pepper mixture
  2. Next place your prawn tails on top followed by the glass noodles (dry no water)
  3. Add in each clay pot 3/4 cup sauce, top each clay pot with 2 pcs. langoustine
  4. Preheat oven to 220°C cover clay pot and cook for 15 minutes
  5. Before serving mix the noodles well garnish with celery leaves and fresh cilantro
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