Fried Shrimp Balls


Fried Shrimp Balls Recipe

Fried Shrimp Balls recipe

Preparation Time
20 min
Cooking Time
20 min
Skill Level
Serving Size


400 g Nestlé Country Corn Flakes
900 g Shrimp (Peeled and deveined)
25 g Garlic
25 g Ginger
50 g Green Onion
40 ml Fish Sauce
25 ml Sesame Oil
20 g Corn Startch
2 pcs Egg White
25 g Asian Garlic Chili sauce
100 g Chestnuts
Dipping Sauce
25 ml Maggi Soya Sauce
75 ml Rice Vinegar
10 g Garlic
25 g Green Onions
10 g Asian Chili paste


  1. Combine all the shrimp ball ingredients, except the Country Corn Flakes. Stir to combine.
  2. Add the mixture into your food processor. Pulse until the mixture forms into a paste.
  3. Add back to the large bowl.
  4. Use a large wooden spoon to mix in a cup of the Country Corn Flakes.
  5. Add the remaining Country Corn Flakes in a plate. With wet fingers, form a ball of the shrimp mixture slightly larger than a golf ball size.
  6. Roll the ball into the Country Corn Flakes. Fry the balls in batches for about 4-6 min, until brown and crispy on the outside.
  7. Mix all the sauce ingredients and place in small bowl for dipping.

Fried Shrimp Balls

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