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Prawns In Sesame Seeds Recipe.

Updated on July 13, 2015
Prawn In Sesame seeds
Prawn In Sesame seeds

Prawns are very healthy meat. They are very rich source of not only proteins but also omega 3 fatty acids which is very good for the heart. Also prawn meat is very light on calories so it is very good for the people who are trying to loose weight. Children also like the taste of prawns so it is very good for those moms which complain that their children don’t eat anything. Prawns are also very easy to digest. Sesame seeds are very rich source of calcium so this dish not only help children grow healthy but also have strong teeth and bones

Ingredients

1. Prawns: Medium size 250 grams/ 8 Oz.

2. Sesame Seeds: 1/3 cup.

3. Grated Processed Cheese: ½ cup.

4. Split Bengal Gram ( Chana dal): Powdered and roasted 1½ Tsp.

5. Carom ( Ajwain) Seeds: ½ Tsp.

6. Cardamom Powder: ½ Tsp.

7. Cream: 2 Tsp.

8. Garlic Paste: 1 Tsp.

9. Ginger Paste: 1 Tsp.

10. Bread Crumbs: 1 Cup.

11. Lemon Juice: 2 Tsp.

12. Yogurt: 2 Tsp drained.

13. White Pepper Powder: ¼ Tsp.

14. Salt: 1 Tsp or as per taste.

15. Oil: For deep frying.

16. Lemons: 2 cut in to wedges.

17. Green Chutney: To Serve.

Method

1. First of all wash the prawns.

2. Peel and devein them. Make sure tail is left intact.

3. With a paper pat the prawns dry.

4. Now in a bowl mix ginger paste, garlic paste, lemon juice, white pepper powder and salt.

5. Now take this mixture and rub it well on prawns.

6. Now Squeeze the prawns lightly to drain excess water.

7. Set it aside for 1 hour to marinate.

8. Now take the grated cheese and mix it well with drained yogurt.

9. To this add cream, chana dal powder, carom seeds & cardamom powder.

10. Now coat the prawns with this mixture and set aside for another 30 to 45 minutes.

11. Now in a separate plate mix sesame seeds and bread crumbs.

12. Roll the prawns in the crumbs and put it in fridge for 15 to 20 minutes.

13. Take a deep pan and heat the oil.

14. On medium heat, deep fry the prawns for 4 to 5 minutes, turning them once or twice.

15. Drain and set aside for 5 to 10 minutes.

16. Now deep fry them again for couple of minutes.

17. Drain on absorbent papers.

18. Serve hot with lemon wedges and green (Coriander / chutney) chutney

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      Indian Chef 5 years ago from New Delhi India

      Thanks Peggy. Yes ajwain and other spices do enhance not only the taste but also aroma.

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      Peggy Woods 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      This sounds like a delicious dish. I had to look up some of the ingredients like the Split Bengal Gram which comes from chick peas and the Carom ( Ajwain) Seeds of which I was unfamiliar. Supposedly it has a thyme like flavor. It all sounds really tasty when combined with prawns. Up and useful votes and will share.

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      Indian Chef 5 years ago from New Delhi India

      Thanks Marissa for checking out my page.

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      Marissa Buhalog 5 years ago

      Another prawn recipe,love it.thnks Indianchef.

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      Indian Chef 5 years ago from New Delhi India

      Thanks Julia

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      julia 5 years ago

      it look good

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      Indian Chef 6 years ago from New Delhi India

      Thanks fordeahern

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      Indian Chef 6 years ago from New Delhi India

      Thanks Jenubouka for the comment and I hope you would easily get ingredients. You can also order them online if you beleive in buying online.

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      FordeAhern 6 years ago from Broadford, Co. Limerick. ireland

      Lovely hub. Thank you. voted up. useful and bookmarked it.

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      jenubouka 6 years ago

      you still amaze me with your awesome ingredients and recipes Indian chef! This one sounds divine, will have to go on a hunt for some of the ingredients, though sure worth it.

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