Spicy Butter Prawns

M & I has always been a big fan of SEAFOOD. We used to have our seafood feast at Telok Gong or Kepong. But now that I can cook better, we prefer to enjoy them at our cozy home.

600g large prawns
1 tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
1 tsp pepper
1 tsp sesame oil
1 cup corn flour
1 tbsp curry powder

2 tbsp butter
3 bird's eyes chillies (thinly sliced)
2 cloves garlic (chopped)
3 sprigs curry leaves

1. Marinade prawns with salt, sugar, pepper & sesame oil for 1/2 an hour.

2. Combine corn flour and curry powder in a plate. Coat prawns with the flour mixture and deep-fry them.

3. In a clean wok, heat butter. Saute garlic, add in chillies and curry leaves. Fry till fragrant. Add in the prawns and mix well with the ingredients.

Note: You can start adding in garlic when the butter is halfway melting. Butter is easily burnt. So, work fast with the ingredients.

This food post is dedicated to my buddy Rizal. Rizal, hope you've enjoyed my seafood dish!

First Commenter

Should I?

I am mad at my friend but am not sure if I have the right to be mad at her. She is a very close friend of mine and a friend that I wanted to grow old with. We used to go out for a drink once a week, but as our personal & work lives demanded more of our times, we spend lesser time together. However, every time we meet up, we would chat endlessly and it makes up for those months that we haven't been talking to each others.

This year, our relationship got abit tense. We haven't been seeing each others except for birthday celebrations, and it is like 4 months once. Despite that, I thought I still have a very special relationship with her.

Recently, I received an email from her after months of no-news from her. It's an update of her life: her new boyfriend and new job. If she has written this email just to me, I would be very happy. But there were about 8 recipients. She has emailed this to all our friends. It is just like another group discussion. I felt betrayed and hurt because I thought if there is any big changes in our lives, we would inform each others personally first. She could have insist on asking me out for a drink and update me about this, or perhaps email to me personally first. My thought of our special bonding was crushed.

I told my darling about this and he asked me to let it go. He said that when someone changes, you should just let it be. So if your friend do not put this friendship on HIGH, then you should do likewise. Do not expect anything in return! I hated what he said but I am not blaming him. His thinking is always very simple, and not complicated. Unlike me, I am more emotional and complicating.

A few days after receiving her email, we had a birthday gathering. We did not talk much to each others, mainly it was a group chit-chatting. I couldn't help myself from feeling betrayed and hurt. And a sense of awkwardness filled up the gap. I know that I could just let this feeling eats up our friendship but the question is Should I? Should I tell my friend what I am feeling inside and work my way in mending back our friendship? Or should I just let it be?

First Commenter

Congratulations, Pia! and thank you for all your comments love!

Selamat Hari Raya, My Muslim Friends

Having just recovered from flu, I am so happy to be updating AGP again. Oh gosh, time does flies, doesn't it! My last post was on July and that was like a month back! I am so sorry, peeps! I've tried to update my blogs regularly but time doesn't allow me to do so.

With the Ramadhan month already started, I would like to take this opportunity to wish all my muslim friends, namely: Marzie & B, Emila, LJ, Shemah, Syura, Rozella, Sabrina, Bono, Joezul, Marvic, FB, Bintang and Metz, a joyful

"Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri! Maaf Zahir & Batin!"


First THREE Commenters

Congratulations, LJ, Shem and Rizal! Thank you all for all your comments love!!! :)

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