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Malvani Crispy Prawns Fry

Malvani Crispy Prawns Fry

Prawns are the best food for elevating my mood. They take very little time to cook and are simple to make. If you're a first-time fish eater, Crispy Malvani Prawn Fry should be at the top of your list. If you have the prawns cleaned by your fish vendor, they will be on your platter within 30 minutes.

Malvani Crispy Prawns Fry combines the spicy bite of Malvani Fish Masala with the sweet and savoury taste of prawns and crispy texture from rice flour coating. Additionally, the crunchy texture of prawns entices you to consume more.

I don't even need curry or gravy when I eat prawns with rice bhakari, chapati, or steamed Rice. Fresh prawns and proper cooking are prerequisites for the ultimate prawn fry. Overcooked prawns get stiff or rubbery.

Approximately 20 to 25 grams of protein can be obtained from 100 grams of prawns, and they also include many other minerals. Before, the sea was the only place from where we got the prawns, but in recent years, prawn farming has gained a lot of popularity.

Prawns and shrimp have similar appearances, however prawns taste sweeter and are larger than shrimp.

Cooking Method
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Servings 4
    Main Ingredients
  • 500 grams Prawns
  • 3-4 tablespoons Oil (For Shallow Frying)
  • Marinating Ingradients
  • 1 tablespoon Kokam Agal
  • 2 tablespoons Malvani Fish Curry Masala
  • 1 tablespoon Sea Salt
  • Coating Ingradient
  • 1/2 cup Fine Rice Flour
  1. Fresh Prawns

    Get some Fresh Prawns.

  2. Wash the Prawns

    Under running water, give the prawns a thorough wash, making sure the outer layer is not slippery. Now take off the body, head, and tail's outer shell. 

    Washing it with regular water will help defrost if the prawns are frozen.
  3. Devain the Prawns and remove the outer shell and head

    Make sure the black vein is removed.

  4. give a small cut on backside of the prawn

    Occasionally, the black vein broke off while being pulled from the prawn's body, leaving some of it inside. That vein needs to be removed entirely. Using a little knife, cut the rear side.

  5. after cut

    Verify if the vein has been fully removed.

  6. give it a good wash to prawns

    Once the prawns have been deveined, thoroughly rinse them and remove all of the water.

  7. Malvani fish curry masala, sea salt and kokam agal for marination

    Use Malvani Fish Curry Masala, Kokam Aagal, and sea salt to marinate it.

  8. marinate it and rest for 15 minutes

    Give the marinated Prawns a 15–20 minute rest.

  9. place the pan on a heat

    Maintain the pan at a low to medium temperature and allow it get heated.

  10. put some oil on a hot pan

    When the pan is hot, add some oil.

  11. take some rice floar for coating

    Coat marinated prawns with Rice flour.

  12. place the coated prawns on a hot pan

    Place the coated prawns on a pan after the oil has heated up.

  13. flip the pawns on another side

    Allow the prawns to become golden, then turn them over to cook on another side.

  14. give it a flip one more time on both sides

    When the other side of the prawn is done, turn it over and allow the coating to crisp up.

  15. turn off the heat and let the oil drain from the prawns

    Turn off the heat.

  16. Malvani Prawns fry are ready

    The Crispy Malvani Fry Prawns are prepared for serving.

  17. Malvani Prawns Fry

    Fried Prawns can be served as an appetizer with simple Onion Ring Salad sprinkle with Finely chopped Coriander and Red Chilli Powder.

Kunal Bandekar
Malvani Food Blogger

My name is Kunal Bandekar and I welcome you to my FOOD Journey. I belongs to Malvan (Sindhudurga) well known small but sweet town in West coast of Maharshtra, India.
My love towards our Local, Traditional - Malvani, Kokani Food gave this idea to spread the Kokani, Malvani food to the whole World with the help of this Food Blog.