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Prawn 65 / Prawn Deep Fry


Prawn 65 is a crispy and soft dish which can be served as starter, snack or as side dish. It is a very simple, easy, delicious dish, which would be the favorite of kids. Let me the recipe…

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Wow, it’s Friday, I am in partying mood and so taking it to Fiesta Friday #135 hosted by Angie@thenovicegarderner.

Prawn 65 / Prawn Fry

Prawn 65 / Prawn Fry


  • Prawns – ½ kg
  • Chilli powder – 4 tsp
  • Besan / Gram flour /chick peas flour – 1 tbsp
  • Ginger-garlic paste – 1 tbsp
  • Cumin powder – 2 tsp
  • Curry leaves – 5 sprigs
  • Food colour (red) – ½ tsp (optional)
  • Lemon juice – 1 tbsp
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil for deep frying

Making of Prawn 65 / Prawn Deep Fry –


  • Clean the prawns and keep it aside.
  • Take a wide mouth bowl, add prawns, chilli powder, besan or gram flour, ginger-garlic paste, cumin powder, and curry leaves and salt.
  • Mix them all together with your hands, add the food colour if you need, then lemon juice, mix well with your hands.
  • Marinate for 20 mins.
  • Heat oil in a kadai, gently drop in the marinated prawns and deep fry them for 2 mins or until they are fried.

Serve hot.

Food Review – Shao Pan Asian Restaurant, Park Plaza, Bangalore


Got an invite to SHAO – Pan Asian Restaurant @ Park Plaza, Marathahalli, Bangalore.

SHAO which was a Chinese restaurant, now turned to a PAN ASIAN Restaurant with more and yummier new dishes, beautiful interiors, lovely atmosphere and wonderful logo.

Ambiance – The place was too good with beautiful interiors and spacious, the surroundings was silent. The lightings was too good as it went well with the colors of the hotel.

Service – Service was fabulous.

Car parking – Valet parking was available.
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Food – There was wide range of food, the very first time I was scrolling all over the pages for the order right from the starters till the desserts. Food was delicious, chicken, seafood and meat was perfectly cooked as per the dish. Let me share the food we had there with the pictures –


 Suggestions – A must to try for all PAN ASIAN cuisine lovers.


Tamil New Year Recipes


Tamil New Year also called as “Varusha Pirappu or Puthandu” among Tamil people all over the world. It is celebrated according to the Tamil calendar on the first day of Chithirai month. According to the Gregorian calendar it falls on 13th or 14 th April. Tamil People All over the world celebrate Varusha Pirappu in a big way by merrymaking and feasting.

As a food blogger, already I have posted few recipes for New Year (roundabout). But I have prepared a authentic and traditional food for our lunch. There are three main fruits for tamilians because these are the seasonal fruits during the Tamil New year time and called as “Mukkani (Three fruits)” – Maa (Mango), Pala (Jackfruit) and Vaalai (Banana).

Tamil New Year / Varusha Pirappu / Puthandu

Tamil New Year / Varusha Pirappu / Puthandu