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Last Updated Friday December 09 2016 05:26 AM IST

Prawn Rissois

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Preparation Time

55

Cooking Time

45

Serves

2

Calories

2440

Prawn Rissois. Photo Courtesy: Facebook/ Elsa's Kitchen Prawn Rissois. Photo Courtesy: Facebook/ Elsa's Kitchen

An appetising starter, Prawn Rissois is a popular snack served at Christian weddings, handed down by the early Portuguese dwellers.

Ingredients

250gm prawn    
5gm coriander leaves
75gm onion 
5gm green chilli
5gm garlic
5gm ginger
Salt, as required
Pepper powder, to taste
Lemon juice from one lemon
75gm semolina or bread crumbs
1 egg white
Oil to fry

For the dough

175gm flour
10gm butter
1 egg

Preparation

Wash and clean the prawns
Sauté the prawn with chopped onion, green chilli, ginger, garlic, chopped coriander leaves, lemon juice and season.
Make a dough with flour, egg, butter and salt. Roll to 3mm thickness and cut 3 inch diameter discs
Fill the discs with prawn mixture. Fold in half moon shapes to seal. Coat with egg and then roll in semolina
Deep fry till golden brown

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