Phlaa kung refers to a Thai dish made with large sea prawns. To prepare this dish, the large sea prawns are grilled until the meat begins to turn white, then shelled, set on a platter , and doused with lime juice. The acid in the juice has the effect of cooking them further. Chopped bird chillies, fish sauce and mint leaves are sprinkled on top before serving.

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