This dish started a big trend in Taiwan. Now, there are restaurants that specialize just in fat, fresh shrimp, that are cooked in high temperature clay pots. The restaurant is always called So and So's "Black Pepper Shrimp" (胡椒蝦), so you know that the Black Pepper Shrimp is the signature dish. Most locals don't make this dish at home, but living in the US, when we are craving the authentic taste of home, we do our best to figure it out! My recipe is super easy and fast, and it's great for cold weather days, cuz the pepper will heat up your palette and warm your soul! It's best enjoyed with a frosty beer and a football game on the Telly! Join me LIVE and see for yourself how fast and easy this dish is. And let me warn you, this is going to be a crowd pleaser!
Ingredients I used in the video:
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Live Shrimps x 1 lb (live shrimps are preferred but not required)
Green Onion x 2-3
Ginger x 5-6 slices
Garlic x 2-3 cloves
Coarsely Ground Black Pepper x 1.5 – 2 tbsp
Ground White Pepper x ½ tsp
Chinese Rice Wine (or Japanese Sake) x 1 tbsp
Salt x ½ – 1 tsp
Goose Fat x 1 tbsp
Oil x 2 tbsp
1. Preheat the Oven to 425 F.
2. Trim and clean the shrimps.
3. Mix ground black pepper, white pepper, and salt in a bowl.
4. On the stove top, turn to high heat, add in oil into the pot/pan, then right away add in ginger, green onions, and garlic. Saute for about 1 min.
5. Add in shrimps. Stir/Sautee for a few seconds.
6. Add in Chinese rice wine, and the pepper and salt mixture, then stir for a few second to make sure it’s all mixed up in the shrimps evenly.
7. Add goose fat on top of the shripms, then pop the pan/pot into the oven for 6 minutes.
8. Take the pan/pot, mix it up one last time to make sure the goose fat is coated evenly. Open up a beer for yourself and enjoy!!!