Prawns come with a plethora of nutrients like protein, omega-3 fatty acids, minerals etc
Have you been missing tandoori prawns for a while now? Then we have a surprise for you! Going out for dining at your favourite joints has become a far-off dream in this lockdown situation due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As a result, people are experimenting in their kitchen to replicate their preferred restaurant-style dishes; from chicken tikka to paneer tikka, people are trying to make everything at home. Adding on to that list, here we bring you the special tandoori prawn recipe from the North Indian-special restaurant Dhaba, which is also called ‘Dhaba-style prawn’.
Here’s a video that spills the secret that makes Dhaba’s tandoori prawn so special. The recipe is curated by Chef Ravi Saxena from Dhaba.
Take A Look At The Recipe Video Of Dhaba-Style Prawn:
Also Read: An Ultimate Guide To Cook And Eat Prawns The Right Way
Prawn has surely been one of the most popular seafood among people (expect the ones allergic to it), especially for the ones who don’t like any ‘bone-y’ interruption during their dining experience. Other than its delicious taste, prawns also come with a plethora of nutrients like protein, omega-3 fatty acids, minerals, fibre and more, which have several health benefits. Hence, if you have tandoor or oven, prepare this recipe easily at home and enjoy guilt-free. Bon Appétit!
Here’s The Step-By-Step Recipe Of The Dhaba-Style Prawn:
Prep time: 15 minutes
Cook time: 20 minutes
Serves: 2 servings
Prawn pieces- 3-4
Yellow chilli- 1 teaspoon
Hung curd- 1 cup
Melted butter- 1 tablespoon
Salt- to taste
Marinate the pieces of prawns with yellow chili, hung curd and salt.
Insert a skewer into the prawns.
Wrap the tail of each prawn with foil so it doesn’t get burnt.
Apply a sufficient amount of butter on the prawns.
Place the prawns in the tandoor and let them cook for 10-15 minutes.
Take the prawns out and place on the charcoal grill.
Serve hot as an appetiser with green chutney!
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