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Prawn Sesame Toast

  • Non Veg
  • 45 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy



This is a dish that combines two seemingly opposite food items and makes them a wonderful complement to each other. Not only does the prawn toast combination work wonderfully in terms of flavor, it also adds nutritional benefits to a person’s diet while also eradicating some of the culinary barriers that exist concerning combining two different food elements like this one. A dish that deserves to be tasted at least one and takes only 10 minutes to prepare. A true treat for anyone lucky enough to enjoy it.

Health benefits:

  • They’re a rich source of potassium, calcium and phosphorus.
  • It’s rich in Vitamin A and Vitamin E.
  • They’re particularly high in sodium content.
  • They can help in reducing the risk of hypertension, heart diseases and osteoporosis.
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How to Make Prawn Sesame Toast

  • Start off by properly cleaning the prawns and de-scaling them thoroughly.
  • Once you’ve properly cleaned the prawns, dry them off completely.
  • Then pound the prawns to create a fine mash.
  • You can add some palm sugar to keep them from becoming too runny.
  • As the prawns are supposed to act like a complement to the toast, make sure they’re consistent enough.
  • Add the red chili, coriander and garlic.
  • Mix them well and make sure they remain the right consistency.
  • Add more prawn mash if the consistency becomes too thick.
  • Using a ring mould; cut out each slice.
  • Make sure you cut out at least three of these moulds.
  • Top each of these ring moulds with a generous amount of prawn mixture.
  • Dip the bread from the top side into some sesame seeds.
  • Deep fry these ring moulds along with the prawn mash.
  • Keep frying until they’re golden brown.
  • Add some egg yolk when you’re finishing off frying to add a bit of flavor.
  • Serve them piping hot.


  • The tastiest shrimps are the ones that can be found in freshwater lakes and rivers.

They usually come to the seashore in search of food if they can’t find it underwater.

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