Curry Coconut Prawns on a Friday

Curry Prawns in Coconut
Curry Prawns in Coconut

For the past few weeks I have been sharing photos about the food we at while on our road trip to Malaysia. Last week was on Dim Sum and the previous week I featured seafood and deer meat.Β  Here is the last installment of the food pictures which I took.

It was the first time I saw coconuts being use as containers and also curry prawns being served in them. The dish was really yummy and I hope that I’ll be able to find the dish here in Singapore to savour again.

Tempura style vegetables
Tempura style vegetables

These tasted really yummy and crispy. It was different from the normal tempura battered deep fried vegetables that we have at the Japanese restaurant. Really wonder how this dish is made so I can try replicating it at home for the kids. They loved it and finished the dish within minutes.

Chili Noodles
Chili Noodles

This noodles were served to us at the market we stopped for lunch after visiting the Tin mining museum in Sungei Lembing. The dish was hot due to the chillies but really tasty.

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15 thoughts on “Curry Coconut Prawns on a Friday”

  1. Curry coconut prawns? How cool are they?! I love prawn/shrimp curry, so if I ever see this on the menu, I won’t have to look at other choices. And served in a coconut, too? I am so there. =)

  2. I love curry dishes. My greatgrandmother was from Malaysia who married a Filipino. The dish though in a coconut seems unique. Was the coconut meat grated or left there for a surprise?

  3. I love how how the curry was presented! I might pass on the chili noodles (I am not liking spicy foods lately), but the vegetable tempura I’d surely eat.

    Hopping here from Food Friday and Food Trip Friday.

  4. appetizing shots! i really love it when restaurants utilize “natural” containers! makes it more tempting – and it’s earth friendly, too! πŸ™‚

    thanks so much for sharing and linking over at Food Friday, Dominique
    happy weekend!

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