Prawn Fritters with Veggie
I love to make Prawn Fritters with Veggie at home especially serve as Japanese set meal. It is not oily with only salt and pepper as seasoning. You can also serve this as finger food for children’s party too.
Here is the recipe
100g Medium Prawns, about 10 prawns or add more if you like
1 Onion – shredded
1 small Carrot – grated or cut to thin match sticks (about 50g or more)
some finely cut spring onion or coriander leaves
For the Batter
1 Egg yolk with enough water to 150ml
3/4 cup Plain flour
1 1/2 tbsp Rice flour
- Remove shell and vein from prawns then cut to cubes not too small. Season with some pepper and salt.
- Combine the batter ingredients together in a measuring cup and blend into a smooth texture paste.
- Add enough oil (I used canola oil) for shallow frying with two drops of sesame oil in wok.
- In a medium bowl add some prawn cubes, grated carrot and shredded together. Then add about 2-3 tbsp of batter (not too thick) into the prawn mixture with some coriander leaves or spring onion.
- Drop the coated prawn mixture in small portion into hot oil gently with a fork and spoon and shallow fry till golden brown. Dish up and drain oil well.
- Serve Prawn Fritters with dipping sauce (here) or Mayo sauce mix with some mustard into it.
Blessed Homemaker ~ So glad that your kids loved this 🙂
I cooked this when I saw your entry back in Oct but only had time to update my blog recently. Thanks for sharing this recipe, my kids have enjoyed themselves.
Chris & Hearty Bakes ~ So glad that both of you liked this dish.
Sharon ~ Try it out, is really easy and yummy.
I thought of trying it out, but scare wait dunno how it turn out when i do it…
Hi Ann, dropping by to share with you that i prepared this for dinner. It was really nice! I like mine dipped with chillies. My children love it too. What a great way to get them to eat greens. Thanks for sharing Ann!
Paula, Xiaolu ~ This is very easy to prepare, try it at home and you'll love it!
Mr. Pineapple Man ~ Let me pass you a hanky ;D
温馨小屋~ 真的不错，你一定要试试看 😉
I did this yesterday – very nice.
I bet these were gone in a minute! They look tasty!
drool all over the keyboard!
Mmm shrimp/prawns are my favorite form of protein. These fritters look mouthwatering.
it looks sooo stylish! I love it!
have a nice time!
Thank you everyone for leaving your lovely comments.
Tigerfish ~ Yes you can use 1 cup of plain flour alone if you like. Actually this is not that cripsy but you still can feel some crunch in it.
Thank you Rebecca. Sure to look around.
Magic of Spice ~ Thanks! Have a try 🙂
You're welcomed Kris.
Biren ~ hehee…my boys finishes this in no time.
Nezzy ~ Always love your cute comments that makes me smile 🙂
Elin ~ thanks and Happy Birthday to you :))
Ai Ping ~ hihii why don't you make the prawns into paste?
Tata ~ Is green bird chillies like chilli padi?
Bakertan ~ Thanks! I'm sure you can do it, try to add something else in it if you can think of :))
Heavenly Housewife ~ Thank you.
What a delicious treat to snack on. I bet these are amazing when fresh, hot and crispy!
you're brilliant! This will make a nice snack and is a dish I think I can handle it. reminds me of the veggie fritters selling outside =]
I like to enjoy it with green bird eye chilies :D. I often have it as my late afternoon snackie…
My husband likes to eat prawn ^_^
Thks for sharing this recipe…
I bet nobody would say no to prawn fritters..
This looks good! My elder boy doesn't like prawn, maybe I can try this way and see if he eats them? But can I shredded the prawn too so that he won't see the whole prawn there? Will that be able to make up the 'cube'?
I love this kind of finger food! bookmarked your recipe hehe
I love the colours…they are very pretty and a great way to get the kids to eat the vegetable 😀
Great idea to add veggie to yor fritters…looks so good …..slurp slurp slurp 🙂
Btw,thanks for the birthday wishes 🙂
Can ya believe it, this Ozark chick has never had prawn but it look magnificent! I sure want to sink my chompers into this fab dish. Girl, ya always hit the ball right out of the park!!! :o)
Ya'll have the most wonderful day filled with warm fuzzy blessings!!!
Very nice Ann…simple and delicious! The kids will love this! Will have to make a huge batch for parties as they make great finger food.
Good snack! esp with some chili sauce…yum
Hey, Ann, this is very addictive! Can't just stop attacking them!
Again reminds me of my mom. She used to prepare prawn fritters just like these only abit bigger and rounded… Thanks, Ann for this wonderful recipe 🙂
Sawadee from Bangkok,
I'm an unhealthy person, always eating fried stuff. So this is just perfect for me 🙂
You make it sound so easy 🙂 I do love these and they are perfect with a dish full plus the dipping sauce…Love that photo 🙂
wow I would love a late snack snack of this YUM, hope you find the squash it was so good Rebecca
Seem i wanna try it soon…thanks Anncoo
I can only imagine the delicious savory crispiness of these lovelies 🙂 …so we can't do this well with just one type of flour? We need to combine?
Crispy fritters tempts me a lot..
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Yum! These are so delicious looking.
Like to eat this, I think I can finish up the whole plate!
No problem Faithy! Sometime I use deep fryer for deep frying.
鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝~ 真的很谢谢你常来。要不要寄一些请你吃 ;DD
Jane ~ Want to try this? Because you always got visitors at home 🙂
Lia ~ hahaa…you still remember about that party! Of course can serve with any sauce you like.
Lani ~ Thank you!
Sonia ~ I think this more Japanese style and it is a great idea adding bean sprout and chives in it.
BeeBee ~ Thanks, this is really good with the dipping sauce.
Kristy ~ hehee…want to see your new creation on this :))
Chris ~ can use 1 cup of plain flour if you don't have rice flour.
Hi Ju ~ Thank you! If you want to make a lot of this, you need another extra hands to help you.
HK Choo ~ Yes adding a little of sesame oil is a Japanese way of doing it and it is very fragrant snack too.
Lyndsey ~ Please make them for your family. They will love it.
HS ~ 谢谢哦！
Min ~ It is OK to make this at a small portion at home.
Busygran ~ hahaa…most Singaporean loves to eat with chilli sauce but I like to go with dipping sauce because there no seasoning in it except little salt and pepper.
Lequan ~ So cute! 100 prawns! I think you need spend hours frying this. So now there are you, Mary and me love prawns very much :))
Oh dear dear Ann, "prawns" say no more. You sure are after my heart with this recipe ;-). I LOVE prawns. When you wrote 100g prawns, I read 100 prawns, and I thought, "wow, she loves prawns as much as I do." lol. Although I don't think I'd have any problems with 100 prawns if theyre made this delicious either :-P. This is such a wonderful, simple recipe. Thank you for sharing, Ann.
looks so tempting, this is great finger food!
Tempting finger food! I would eat with thai chilli sauce!
Looks so yummy! I usually will buy this from hawker stores because I find it troublesome to make it my own.
Yummy yummy. very nice presentation and nice photo.
Ann these look wonderful! I don't even care for prawns, but I would enjoy these! I should make them for my family!
I say pretty awesome for an adult party, too.
Great as tea time snack as well, and adding the sesame oil into the oil for frying would certainly up the oomph factor 🙂
Ann, this is one of my fave snack foods! Such a lovely dish you made … golden brown and crisp!
Do you think its ok to use all plain flour? Dont want to go and buy and packet of rice flour which I dont know what to do later. 🙁
Wow, I'm salivating! Please hand me some chili sauce. Yummm…. Thanks! Looking forward to make this soon. Have a nice day!
Is it dinner time is near or are these prawn fritters looking so good! Mmmm…can imagine the crispy-crunch outside and the juicy sweet prawn inside… Yummy yum!
Love it. Would like to have it as my snack. 🙂