Deep Fried Taro Prawns

I saw this recipe 2 weeks ago at one of the television cooking channel. My boy saw this too and ask if I can make this for him. Well, since prawn is his favourite so I tried my best to satisfy him. Besides, I won't mind at all trying new recipes. :o) It's actually a surprise dish for yesterday dinner. My boy was jumping high & low when I showed him the prawns! ha....

Here's the recipe.

Ingredients : 500gm large size prawns, skinned
1/2 egg, lightly beaten
500gm fresh taro, shredded
1-1/2 tspn salt
1 tbsp tapioca flour
some ground pepper
2 tbsp glutinous rice flour

Method :
(1) in a big bowl, combine shredded taro, salt, pepper and tapioca flour then mix well. Leave aside for 10 minutes untill the shredded taro has softened.
(2) marinade prawns with beaten egg.
(3) now, add glutinous rice flour into shredded taro and mixed well.
(additional of glutinous rice flour is a must, it can produce crunchy crust.)



(4) then cover the prawns with marinated shredded taro and press untill firm.
(5) finally, fry the prawns untill golden brown. It's best to deep fry the prawns for two times to maintain the crunchiness.

The fried shredded taro is so so crunchy, aromatic and tasty. My family loves it a lot. I promised my boy I'm going to make the second batch next week. I think they can even finish a kilo of them! So, enjoy everyone & have fun.
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I'm sending this to 3 Hungry Tummies @ Muhibbah Malaysian Monday event.
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Comments

  1. That looks wonderfully welcoming. I recently saw another inviting recipe with taro - I need to keep a look out for it. Kudos, Kristy!

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  2. Kristy, this is my favorite! Hope you make the 3rd batch for me ;D

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  3. The prawns look incredibly good...! What a shame that I threw away the taros I bought some time ago because I didn't know what to do with them...:(

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  4. I absolutely love these please let me eat some from the screen without breaking my teeth! lol Great job Kristy~

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  5. Kristy, you can bake and cook so well! You are a super woman..Those shrimp fritters look mouthwatering.

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  6. Kristy, your boys are so lucky to have you!! These are making my mouth water..

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  7. Love this!! I would not be able to stop eating these!

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  8. Mmmm, these look great! This would make another great dish for the beach party too :-)

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  9. oh wow looks so tasty and so sweet he watches cooking shows and asks for things :-)

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  10. This looks so crunchy and delicious! No problems finishing another kilo of prawns :)

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  11. This looks inviting and delicious...

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  12. Taro...my fav root vegetables. Great idea to pair it with shrimps and I can imagine the crunch.
    This will make a great appetizer.

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  13. wow..what luxury prawns!! your kids are really blessed la!

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  14. 啊,这个我要学起来,宴客好好看:P

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  15. Hummmm they look perfect!!i would love to try them...

    Kisses,
    Rita

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  16. Wow...this is creative and looks very delicious, Kristy! I would be jumping up and down too if I have this :D So sorry have not been dropping by more often. Trust you are doing well. Take care. Hope u hv a wonderful day. Mary

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  17. Shrimp fritters with taro is so tempting!

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  18. nampak sungguh sedap.masuk list ni:)

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  19. looks very inviting ,kristy,i'm drooling!:)

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  20. Very interesting use of taro, Kristy. Thought at first it was coconut! Really looks delicious!

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  21. Wow! I too can finish a kilo:D Looks so crispy and delicious!

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  22. Kristy I have everything to make this except the prawns. I just picked up some fresh taro root yesterday. It looks good and crunchy, like coconut shrimp. My daughter loves that...I'll have to see if she loves this too!

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  23. sounds yummy, dear! i dont know why when i look at this, i'm thinking of 'woo kok' now!

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  24. Mmmm, looks yummy and very crunchy!

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  25. Yum! Unfortunately, I'm allergy to prawn but this is a great idea to cook taro fish fingers

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  26. Oh yum! Prawn and yam! Looks so nicely fried, just like from a good restaurant! Can imagine the nice crispy yam with the tender sweet prawn inside....mmmm!

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  27. Claudia : Thanks! Hope you'll get one soon to try both recipes.

    Ann : Ah, Prawns...your fav ya!

    Cooking Gallery : Oh, what a waste! I actually have a few taro recipes here both sweet & savory.

    Claudia : Thank you! Glad you like it too.

    Angie : Thank you so much for your kind words. I am truly honoured.

    Kumi : Don't wish to stay nearer! haha... But make sure your cats are locked in the house.

    Belinda : I think you're going to dream of me & the giant prawns tonight! hahaha....

    Martha : I was too late! Maybe I'll try it next week.

    Rebecca : These days even children do know how to enjoy their food!

    Biren :

    Divya : Thank you so much.

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  28. Gert : Yes, it is!

    Claire : You should try this out. I bet you kids can't wait to try them out.

    Blue wales : 也好好吃!

    Rita : Hope you'll like it too!

    Mary : It's OK! I hope everything is well on your side.

    Penny : Totally speechless!

    Sutapa : Yes, they are!

    CM : Harap2 kakak dan sekeluarga akan suka!

    Simona : Wanna join me???? :o)

    Barbara : ha... No, it's taro!

    Jeannie : You mean all by yourself?!

    Lyndz : No problem, you can always try something new. I just made this with fish cake for lunch today. It is as tasty!

    Lena : hahaha....

    Hayley : Thank you!

    Zoe : Too bad that you're allergy to prawns. Yes, fish finger sounds as great. I tried it on fish cake today. It's as good though. Enjoy!

    Bee : Wow, what a compliment! Thank you very much for your kind words. I am truly honoured.

    Thanks so much everyone for spending your valueable time here with me. I'm getting more & more excited to see you all every now & then.

    Hope you're all having a terrific day.

    Blessings, Kristy

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  29. hi kristy!! that looks like a nice dish to snack on :)

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  30. Exquisito plato sabroso y bello.
    Delicious dish dear,looks gorgeous superb presentation,nice job very good,hugs,hugs.

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  31. Hmmm...looks pretty and delicious! I love taro!

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  32. They look like crispy fritters!

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  33. Oh my ! They look so good , so crispy , I have to make this one . *slurp*

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  34. très original, les crevettes doivent être encore plus délicieux
    je note
    bonne jouornée

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  35. Kristy, these look wonderfully delicious. I never would have thought of this left to my own devices. I guess that's why we blog :-). I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  36. It's easy to see how those prawns would make your boy so happy--they look really really delicious. Love crunchy shrimp!

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  37. Wow, this looks yummy! Do I get to taste some??

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  38. 又是我的最爱!下次做多一份请我去你家哦!

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  39. This recipe sounds most interesting, Kristy. I never remember a time when my son requested prawns. Now, I understand why. Yours look like tasty mouthfuls of crunchy goodness. Mine never did:)

    Thank you so much for sharing...You can always make me a batch. I promise, I won't mind:)

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  40. These look delicious Kristy. I always enjoy dishes like this. Thank you for sharing your fried taro prawns with Let's Do Brunch.

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  41. Your boy is so lucky :) Thsi looks fantastic. Need to go find taro soon.

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