Not sure if the black line needs to be removed but I can't cook them unless it is removed. Just a personal preference. Difficult to remove them from smaller prawns, but the bigger ones are easier to clean.
Hmmm....by the time I've cleaned and cooked them, don't feel like eating them.
The impurities in the digestive tract of a fish have to be removed in order for the fish to become permissible to consume. This is more essential in small fishes where generally the digestive tract is not cleaned. Accordingly, the same ruling will apply to prawns if consumed based on the opinion of those ‘Ulamā who regard prawns as a fish. Therefore, it will be necessary to remove the digestive tract (a dark dorsal vein) before consuming.
Taste wise wont make a difference, but when cooked with the shell in its curry, the fun is in sucking the juice/curry out from the prawn :( and then peeling clean. Well, we'll just stick to the frozen prawns then! The fresh one's hardly ever come in :)
Obviously last nite was the last time ever for me/us inshaAllah.
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.
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