Karwari Prawn refers to an Indian dish; a prawn preparation made with coconut. It is typical to the coastal areas of Karwar in Karnataka state. This delicacy of succulent prawns, marinated in a unique batter, crumbed with rice flour and fried very crisp, is usually served with coconut chutney.

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