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Anhui Dishes

    Prawns in a "Bird's-Nest"
    Prawns in a
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      Materials:
      500g live prawns
      200g potatoes
      5g soaked hair-like seaweed
      a stick of celery
      150g cooked green soybeans
      25g soaked Xianggu mushrooms

      Preparations:
    1. Cut the potatoes into strips and soak in salt water, remove and mix with dry cornstarch and flour.
    2. Remove heads and shells and wash the prwans, mix with condiments and cornstarch.
    3. Arrange the potato strips in the shape of a bird's nest, deep-fry the "nest" in 70% heated oil until golden.
    4. Arrange the celery in the shape of tree branches. Put the "nest" on the top of the "branches".
    5. Put the hair-like seaweed at the root of the "tree". Deep-fry the prawns in 50% heated oil.
    6. Saute the green soybeans and mushrooms, add condiments and chicken soup, thicken with cornstarch put in prawns and stir-fly remove to the "nest".


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