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Creole Crevette

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Adjust Servings:
200 gm prawns
4 tbsp coconut oil
4 tbsp chopped onions
1 tsp garlic
1 tsp chopped green chilies
2 chopped tomatoes
1 tsp Turmeric powder
salt to taste
A few curry leaves
2 tbsp yogurt
1/2 cup coconut milk

Creole Crevette

  • Non Veg
  • 45 mins
  • Serves 2
  • Easy



Creole Crevette is something that has gained a lot of popularity in the recent years because of how perfectly it manages to combine Indian and European cuisines. While the Indian cuisine is known for its spices, and the Europeans for their rich creaminess, this dish serves as the best of both worlds. Primarily the meat used is that of a prawn but others can be used depending on the person’s different palates.

Health benefits:

  • Prawns are rich in omega-3 fatty acids which make them good for the heart.
  • They improve the cardiovascular circulation.
  • Prawns are rich in vitamin B12.
  • Prawns are rich in Serenium, which makes them helpful in preventing cancer.
  • Vitamin E in prawns helps in preventing several skin diseases.
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How to Make Creole Crevette

  1. Before starting off, make sure that you have cleaned and de-scaled the prawns before you get started.
  2. Once properly cleaned, dry them off thoroughly.
  3. Now marinate the prawns with salt and turmeric powder.
  4. Keep marinating the prawns in this powder for around 5 minutes.
  5. In a separate pan, heat up some oil.
  6. Then lightly fry the prawns in a pan and keep them aside.
  7. Now, heat some coconut oil in a pan.
  8. Add some chopped onions, garlic, green chilies, tomatoes and turmeric powder.
  9. Once it starts spluttering, add in some salt, curry leaves and yoghurt.
  10. The creamy sauce will add a lot of taste to the overall dish.
  11. Mix them well and make sure that you get the right sort of consistency.
  12. Now add the fried prawns and add some more coconut milk.
  13. Bring the mixture to a boil and garnish them all with coriander leaves.
  14. Serve it hot with some boiled rice.


  • There are almost 2,000 different prawn species.
  • Prawns can be found in every continent except for Antarctica.
  • Larger shrimp are known as prawns.
  • Shrimp survive by eating parasites and dead tissue of other creatures.
  • Shrimps’ life cycles vary from 9 months to 8 years.
  • Shrimps are an older cousin of both crabs and lobster.
  • Despite their physical appearance, shrimps are swimmers not crawlers.
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