Welcome to my Whole 30 crispy Airfryer coconut prawns. Crispy and delicious crunchy prawns with an Asian flavour makes a great meal for sharing during your Whole 30 challenge.
When I go to the Chinese buffet there are certain foods that are an absolute MUST that you MUST EAT whenever you go. My true favourites always seem to include prawns. There will be prawn toast, prawns cooked in soy sauce and my favourite love is the prawns battered and served in an unhealthy sauce.
But what if you could make some delicious coconut prawns in the Airfryer, with a healthy batter and that it would taste even better than at the Chinese?
Well that is what todays Whole 30 recipe is all about. Cooked in the Philips Airfryer (did I ever mention this the best kitchen gadget ever!). We have amazing prawns direct from the fishmongers, then in our kitchen we have a production line as they are seasoned and battered ready for the Airfryer.
Then just 18 minutes later you have heaven. A heavenly healthy meal that is perfect for a quick lunch, for dinner or what about a girls night in?
When you’re having your girlfriends around it is so hard to decide what to cook for them during a Whole 30, but what about these? They will love you for it and will not realise just how healthy they are.
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- Clean your prawns and lay them out on a chopping board.
- Using a blender blend the granola until it resembles fine breadcrumbs.
- Add to the blender all the seasonings along with the lime and the coconut milk and whizz around the blender one last time.
- In a bowl crack in your egg and beat it well with a fork.
- Holding your prawns by the tail, dip into the egg, then into the batter one by one.
- When they are all done line a baking sheet in the bottom of the Airfryer with your prawns.
- Cook for 18 minutes at 180c.
- Serve with my Paleo ranch dressing.
We use light coconut milk in this recipe as it is thinner and works well for wetting the batter and making it stick well to the prawns.
Whole 30 Day 2
I am back with my day 2 on the Whole 30. I think we all handle the Whole 30 way of life differently and some of us find it hard and some find it really easy. The hubby is kind of with me on it. He still has his bran flakes with milk for breakfast, extra milk during the day but he has joined me in giving up carbs and chocolate and today all we seem to talk about is needing chocolate.
But I am thinking about it like I did when I gave up smoking, that first 3 days are the worse, then you get through the first week and then you get used to it.
What I ATE On Day TWO Of The Whole 30
Like before were I got into food habits I find that today my eating habits have followed on from yesterday. The same breakfast and loads of chicken. But I love this kind of food so who cares?
Breakfast = Red Pepper Omelette
Lunch = Roasted Chicken & Sweet Potatoes
Dinner = Breaded king prawns
Exercise = 5km Country Walk/Run
For lunch today we have a delicious meal in the Dutch Oven/Casserole Dish. A whole chicken roasted over sweet potatoes, sautéed onions and a smokey paprika style marinade. It is heaven and I could eat this everyday!
For dinner we have the king prawns that we featured in the recipe above. It’s a delicious alternative to our Chinese Buffet binges and perfect for something healthy that tastes naughty during your Whole 30.
Introducing The Casa De Sante Plain Granola
Each day over the next 30 days we are featuring tips, quotes, infographics or reviews that have helped us get through our Whole 30. Today is the turn of the plain flavour of the Granola that is sold by Casa De Sante. We used it to make the best ever coconut prawns and is one of those recipes that we will be making time and time again.
Here are 10 reasons to buy the Plain Granola:
- Easy to carry to work or school
- Flavour profile focuses on seeds
- Gluten free
- High in iron
- Low sodium
- Natural ingredients
- Not overly sweet
- Resealable foil bag
- Single serving packages
- Vegan friendly
Of the four flavours Casa de Sante offers in their Artisan Savory Granola line, this is a family favourite. It’s sweetness is subtle, but the nuts and seeds are prominent. This makes it so versatile. Add your own spice mix and use this as a coating for any baked or fried food. Add ginger, garlic, and Five Spice powder and create your version of Asian fried chicken. Coat your chicken in a honey wash first and then coat with Casa de Sante Artisan Savory Granola Plain and have amazing honey fried chicken.
Now it is worth mentioning that the plain granola does have a lot of nuts. If you do have anyone in the family with a nut allergy, you obviously need to keep them away. It may be harder than you think as the foods you can coat and bake or fry in this granola do smell fantastic. You don’t have to worry about feeding this to anyone with sensitivities to gluten, however, and the granola is also a good choice for people with gastrointestinal disorders as there are limited sugars and no lactose.
Its best feature…is the fact that it makes a great snack to take with you when you are in a rush. For those days out at the park to those work snacks.
Overall – Casa de Sante Artisan Savory Granola Plain is a great granola for snacking or having for breakfast. Add some fruit and milk and enjoy a hearty, healthy breakfast. The flavour profile is also ideal for using the granola for everything from a salad topping to a crunchy addition to your favorite yogurt. In fact, take some plain yogurt, add a little honey or maple syrup, and add in some of this granola and you’ll have a new favourite breakfast!
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Now how about joining me in your own Whole 30? Join me in the whole 30 diet challenge and have 30 full days of delicious home cooked meals. Get better, get rid of the health problems associated with a bad diet and fall in love with food all over again.