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Dragon Prawns

  • Non Veg
  • 13 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy



Dragon prawns are another addition to the “Dragon” food family that is popular in Indo-Chinese cuisine. Like its namesake, Dragon Chicken, this dish is noted for its spicy taste and unique red coloring. It isn’t too difficult to make, but it can be overwhelming if you make it too spicy. Be sure to experiment with the amount of spices used in the sauce. You should try making this dish along with its dragon counterparts for a truly epic feast.

Health Benefits

Dragon prawns are not only fun and delicious to eat; they are also a very healthy choice. Eating prawns can help with heart health due to the Omega-3 fatty acids they possess. They also help to build strong bones and teeth because they have a sizable calcium content. Prawns are rich in vitamin B12 as well which is a very good thing since B12 deficiencies can lead to extreme fatigue, anemia, and in the worst cases depression.

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How to Make Dragon Prawns

  1. Mix prawns, corn flour, sugar, vinegar, chopped garlic & ginger, soya sauce, MSG, chilli flakes, chili sauce in a bowl, making sure to thoroughly coat the prawns.
  2. Apply the butter to the top of the spring roll sheet.
  3. Sprinkle some bread crumbs over them and cut them into thin strips.
  4. Wrap the prawns well with two strips.
  5. Place the wrapped prawns in the basket and fry them for 7 minutes.
  6. Serve and enjoy!


Prawns have 10 legs.


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