I've always liked breaded prawns.
There is a place in my home town (The Capital - for all you Chilliwackians) that serves up the most delicious breaded prawns, but fortunately (unfortunately?) I’m acutely aware of how terrible they are for my health. It dawned on me the other day that I should come up with something equally delish but without the deep frying or grain flours (and god knows what else is in there).
Great for impressing your friends at parties and don't worry, your secret (of just how easy they are to make) is safe with me! Enjoy!
What you need:
10 precooked prawns
3 tbsp coconut flour
6 tbsp shredded, unsweetened coconut
1 large egg
salt to taste
Mix egg, coconut flour and 3 tbsp coconut flour until doughy consistency (You may want to add some water).
Make sure prawns are dry as it will be easier to coat them in the dough. Dip each prawn into the mix and form a coating around the prawn. Then gently dab the prawn in the remaining shredded coconut. Set aside in refrigerator for 30 minutes to set.
Place on an oiled cooking sheet and heat under broiler for about 2 minutes per side (or once lightly browned on each side).