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Asian Street Food |Prawn Roast

Today I gonna show you a street food-easily made Prawn Roast that is one of the most popular street foods to the sea food lovers in Bangladesh. This video of street food is captured near Potenga Sea beach, Chittagong.

This prawn roast is made very easily with a very few ingredients like garam masala powder, baking powder, green chilly, salt as required. Although the food is made with only some ingredients, the food is most popular to the street people.
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