Top Rated Prawn Recipes

Prawn, Fennel and Baby Carrot Salad
From the Como Shambhala Estate in Bali, which serves the World's Best Spa Cuisine. Play around with the proportions in the salad, adding the right amount of each ingredient that works best for you. 
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Mangalorean Prawn Ghassi
Mangalorean food is so delicious, yet still undiscovered on this side of the world. I was introduced to it at the house of a friend, who had a Mangalorean lady coming to cook for her on occasion. She made a fish curry and it was just so delicious, it got me curious. I had some more Mangalorean food in restaurants in Bombay, but it was only when I got married that I found out more about it. The lady who was coordinating the marriage for the hotel was Mangalorean and, over the time it took to plan the wedding, I had learned a lot more. She also gave me a cookbook one of her relatives had written, to help me to understand it properly. I have since fallen in love with the food of this region… I haven’t tried a bad dish yet. I have simplified this recipe to appeal to busy cooks. Serve with rice or dosas. —Anjum Anand, author of I Love India
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Prawns on Toast (Toast Skagen)
Created by popular Swedish restaurateur Tore Wretman just after World War II, the dish is actually named for a fishing port in neighboring Denmark. Interestingly, the most important factor in the preparation of the dish, to Swedes, is the fact that the prawns are shelled by hand. They generally don't care about the prawns being fresh or frozen, as long as this step occurs.This recipe is courtesy of SwedishFood.com.
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A quick and tasty Thai curry that takes only 15 minutes to create and costs you only 177 calories. 
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From the blog http://chatteringkitchen.com Stretching all across Asia, from Pakistan to Hong Kong, most Asian nations have curries as part of their culinary heritage. From gourmet curries served in fine dining restaurants to the full bodied ones cooked at home, fathomless variations have developed over the years. Much to the anticipation of any epicure, the flavors, textures and ingredients of curries can be attributed to their geography. Thai curries have coconut milk as their base, Pakistani curries rely on the use of spices and tomatoes and Bengali curries are developed through the incorporation of seafood. As with any cuisine, it is the abundance of ingredients available, with ease, that determines the popularity of the dish. Seafood is popular across destinations that lie near the sea. In Pakistan, the seaport of Karachi is famous for its prawns, crabs and lobsters cooked in fiery spices, whereas in India, Goa is synonymous with Goan curry with seafood and Kerala for its steamed fish in banana leaves. The history of the most succulent seafood curries can be traced by to port cities, where fishing is a source of livelihood for most. Curries are known for their excess liquid that soaks up the rice for enriched flavor. However, this prawn curry relies on its fragrance and flavors and is meant to be relatively dry, hence the name Prawn Masala.
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Summer Farro Salad with Grilled Prawns
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Dish with Diane — a series all about getting healthy and delicious foods right from world-class chefs themselves, brings you this Summer Farro Salad. Chef Jesse Schenker says his secret to healthy and flavorful food is using complex flavors like herbs, spices, lemon juice, and vinegar. This warm salad that he's created balances nutty farro and grilled prawns with a tangy homemade vinaigrette. Tossed with mixed greens, it makes the perfect healthy summer meal.   Click here for more Dish with Diane: Chef Inspired Healthy with Jesse Schenker. Or click here to watch the video.
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Grilled prawns, pea shoots and noodle salad.
This grilled prawns, pea shoots and noodle salad has all of the components of  a meal already in. Tasty grilled marinated prawns with Asian seasonings sits on a bed of peat shoots and edamame. A drizzle of honey mustard vinaigrette brings the whole dish together. perfect for summer. All rights reserved ©Adora's Box Copyright 2011. See the original post here.
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Grilled Mahimahi Recipe
Philippe Chow may have put satay on the map, but that doesn’t mean the famous Chinese chef doesn’t know his way around a pepper. One of the most famous dishes at his eponymous restaurant, Philippe (with locations in New York and L.A.), is the Nine Seasons Spicy Prawns.
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An unusual combination of avocado, red onion and cactus pear cools the spicy twang of chile-infused prawns. A great Saturday night kind of dinner.
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These spicy prawns are easy to prepare and pack a punch of bold flavor. Recipe courtesy of Chef Christina Arokiasamy
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Camarões à Moda de Moçambique
Two memories are lodged in my mind when it comes to these prawns. One is of a meal at Mar do Inferno, in Cascais, a town which we visited with my parents and our little daughter. Here, the sea crashes against jagged cliffs just below the restaurant. We tried these messy, delicious, chilli-hot prawns, and our daughter, Isla, then a toddler, tried to eat a whole scoop of ice cream with both hands. The meal was a sticky, happy, silly one.The second was in Hugo Gonçalves’ sunny garden. His family owns art-deco cocktail bar Foxtrot in Lisbon. His mother, Maria Helena Gonçalves, or Lena, cooked us a huge pan of wonderful prawns. She adds a warming dash of whisky to her version. — Rebecca Seal, author of LisbonThis recipe uses piri piri sauce — you can easily buy store bought. If you want to make your own, click here for the simple and delicious recipe.
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Prawn and Avocado Salad
This sweet and spicy Asian-inspired salad is just what you need to add to your weekly summer meal staples.This recipe is courtesy of Bonne Maman.
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