In this part of the world where we are living in, chilli is an ingredient that we simply cannot live without. I just love the spicy kick that chillies give me. It’s like a drug…the more I eat, the more I get addicted to it.
Sambal chilli is something that can always be found in my fridge for whipping up meat or vegetable stir-fry dishes and this Stir Fried Celery and Prawns in Sambal Chilli Recipe is one all-time favourite that the family enjoys.
Be careful not to overcook your celery so they can retain their crisp and crunchiness. This dish is best served with steamed rice. If you’re not a fan of prawns, you can also replace with squids, chicken or pork. Sambal chilli goes with almost anything and everything. Enjoy! 😉
Stir Fried Celery and Prawns in Sambal Chilli Recipe
Ingredients (serves 3-4 as one of few side dishes)
4 stalks celery, cut into bite-sized pieces
12 medium-sized prawns, shelled with tails intact & deveined
2 tbsp store-bought sambal chilli
1 tsp light soy sauce or a pinch of sea salt
pinch of sugar
1. In a pan, stir fry the sambal chilli till fragrant.
2. Add the prawns and stir fry till they are just about to turn opaque.
3. Add the celery and stir fry for 1 minute.
4. Season with light soy sauce (or salt) and sugar. Toss thoroughly and serve.
Singlong is a good brand to buy when lazy to make own sambal. I use them a lot in when living Melbourne.
Nice! I’ve tried many brands of sambal but this is probably the best in taste. Do you know how to make your own sambal?