Shrimp recipe ( sango de Camaron) Ecuadorian recipe

by Maria Lauro
(Canada)



Ingredients: serving for 5-7
5 cloves of garlic chopped
1/2 onion chopped
1/2 tsp cumin
1 tbsp chopped cilantro
1 tsp parsley
oil
6-7 cups water
3 bags of 400grams shrimp with skin
salt to taste
4 platains grated
You will need a blender

First wash the shrimp. Take off the peel and put in a sauce pan or pot and add it with 6-7 cups of water, boil for 15 minutes in medium low heat.
Second peel and grate the platain and set one side.
In a pot stir fry the garlic, onions, cilantro, parsley, cumin til caramalized..
Take shrimp broth you recently boiled using a strainer, put it in the pot with the stir fry..
Put in the shrimp, let boil for 15-20 minutes..
Take a blender and put in some shrimp broth from the pot in the blender and pour in the grated plantain and put a little more & blend till smooth..
Pour that blended mix in the pot with the shrimp slowly, and stirring at the same time..
Stir constantly while boiling, 15 minutes and its ready!!

Serve it with rice

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Jan 26, 2014
Your recipe should rest in peace NEW
by: Ecuadorkian

Hey longo, it's sang I de camaron not casuela de borro. Check our page at leylita.com for authentic guyaquileno flavor.

Jun 09, 2013
This recipe is totally wrong NEW
by: Anonymous

The recipe is not like that. Totally wrong

Jun 09, 2013
Sango NEW
by: Anonymous

It not supposed to taste like garlic is the flavor of the plantain n shrimp

Dec 17, 2012
not a good recipe NEW
by: Anonymous

followed the recipe, found out to be not a great dish plantain overpowers the whole thing, can't even taste the garlic and the rest of spices added to it, cooking the shrimp for 15 minutes not a good idea. blended corn is a better substitute to the plantain.

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