Prawns 12-15 large(cleaned)
Onion 2 large (finely chopped)
Egg white of 1 egg
Green Chillies 3 (finely chopped)
Ginger paste 3/4 tsp
Garlic paste 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves a few chopped
Baking powder 1/8 tsp
Turmeric powder 1/4 tsp
APF/Maida 5-6 tbsp(heaped)
Corn flour 4-5 tbsp(heaped)
Salt as needed
Water as needed
Oil for deep frying
-Clean and wash the prawns well.Cut each into 2-3 pieces(according to the size of the prawns).
-In a bowl add all the ingredients except the prawns and oil.Mix well and make a thick batter.Add water if its dry.(see image below)
-Check the salt and then add the prawn pieces and mix again.
-Now heat oil in a kadayi/wok .
-When the oil turns hot slowly drop this mixture little by little using your fingers.
-Cook till both sides turn golden brown.
Prawn Pakoda look tempting....would love to munch onReplyDelete
wow..looks very crunchy n yummReplyDelete
Tempting pakodas . love itReplyDelete
oh my my...what flavours...this must have been some awesome treat:)ReplyDelete
super tempting ! envy your family :)ReplyDelete
Can finish this whole plate now.....irresistible prawn pakodas.ReplyDelete
my kids would love this though I cannot eat prawns due to allergy... :( looks so yum....ReplyDelete
perfect for this climateReplyDelete
lovely tempting prawns fry..ReplyDelete
I just saw a chicken sausage pakoda recipe and here I see your prawn fritters. Sounds delicious. My daughter is going to love this as she loves fritters and prawns!ReplyDelete
Variety pakora with prawns..Luks yummy :)ReplyDelete
this looks dashingly yummy.ReplyDelete
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yum yum yummReplyDelete
Wonderful snack for the season...ReplyDelete
Love the power of its appearance, flavors and utmost crispiness.ReplyDelete
pass d palte..i vl make tea.its raining hereReplyDelete