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Crisp Coated Prawns

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Crisp Coated Prawns

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
  • 50 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

Ingredients

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Crisp Coated Prawns are another prawn dish that has originated from India and has managed to capture the culinary imagination of all those that have eaten it. It is perhaps one of the most popular ways to eat prawn, and it all originated in India. Thanks to the presence of several flavors that have often aided this alleviation to being a dish that can easily leave you wanting more each time.

Health benefits:

  • They’re a good source of Vitamin E.
  • They can prove very helpful in improving your immune system.
  • They’re also a good source of Vitamin B12.
  • They have been used in the past to increase sexual health.
  • Due to the strong calcium content in them, they’re a very good source to strengthen the bones.
  • They’re a very good source of selenium which is a cancer preventing mineral.
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How to Make Crisp Coated Prawns

  1. In order to create the perfect and crispy prawns, prepare the marinade first.
  2. Combine all of the ingredients and mix them well.
  3. Once you’ve mixed them properly, make sure you have the right consistency.
  4. You can use the electronic mixer to gain that consistency.
  5. Now, clean the prawns properly and then coat them with the marinade.
  6. Once you’ve properly coated them, set them aside for 2-3 hours.
  7. Once you’ve gotten eh prawns properly marinated, dust them off with some salt.
  8. The preferred method to cook them is to grill them.
  9. Grill these prawns until you’ve gotten them tender using oil.
  10. Serve them with a complementary side like a tomato sauce or chutney.

Trivia:

  • One of the key differences between shrimps and prawns is that prawns have a longer set of legs.
  • Prawns are generally bigger than prawns.

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