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Coconut shrimp recipe

I'm looking for a good recipe for coconut shrimp. Anyone?

asked by allans over 6 years ago

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Sam1148
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added over 6 years ago

Can you expand on the question? Are you looking for a coconut shrimp curry type application or a fried coconut shrimp?

I've found it difficult to replicate some fried coconut shrimp (probably because I'm over thinking it).
But the game plan I used was a tempura batter and a quick roll in shredded coconut.
The trickey part is not letting the little bits of coconut burn to a crisp before the batter and shrimp are done.

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allans
added over 6 years ago

A fried shrimp recipe, but a curry sounds great too...

pauljoseph
added over 6 years ago

Try This recipe

Coconut Shrimp Prawn Fry

Mediumsize Shrimp - 250gm(shelled and deveined)
Small onion - 4nos
Ginger - 1/4 tsp(julienned)
Garlic - 4 flakes
Coconut scrapped - 3 tbsp
peces(small)Kokum - 3
Chilly powder- 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Curry leaves - 1 tsp optional
Oil - 2 tsp
Mustard seeds - 1 pinch
Viniger ½ Tsp

Method

1.Wash shrimp thoroughly in water and mix with finely chopped small onion, ginger, garlic(do not slice), coconut,. chili powder, salt and Vinegar

2.Cook the above, keeping it covered on medium heat for 10 mins

3.Remove the lid and cook further to evaporate any water

4.Heat oil in a pan , splutter mustard seeds and add curry leaves

5.Now add the cooked prawns to the oil and keep on stirring till it gets roasted

6.Remove from heat and serve it with hot rice and curd

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SKK
SKK
added over 6 years ago

Pauljoseph is brilliant!

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