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Prawns and mango curry recipe

prawns and mango curry recipe,kerala special recipes
Prawns are the tastiest sea food according to me.Easy to cook,hardly needs 3-4 minutes cooking time.Though toasted prawns are really divine,today,sharing a yummy curry with Prawns which can be served with chapati/rice.
For a simple prawns Manchurian recipe check out here.
Garlic paste-1/2tsp
Mustard seeds-1 tsp
Fenugreek seeds-1tsp
Raw Mango-1 no
Shallots-8-10 nos
Coriander leaves-
Curry leaves-
Garlic -1 clove
Salt and pepper
Turmeric powder-1/2 tsp
Dry red Chilly-4 nos
Coconut oil-2tsp
Grated coconut-1 cup
salt-to taste
Kokum-2 nos soaked in water-(discard the water after soaking)-OPTIONAL
Method of preparation
1.Marinate Prawns with salt,pepper and garlic paste.
2.In a sauce pan ,heat 1 tsp oil and add mustard and fenugreek seeds.When it starts to splutter,add dry red chilies,shallots,1 garlic clove,salt,pepper,curry leaves and turmeric powder.
After 2 minutes add in the coconut and fry it for a while.
Now grind it to a fine paste and this is the masala paste for this tangy, mouth watering curry.
3.Add enough water to the masala paste,salt and mango pieces along with prawns and simmer.
(add kokum at this stage)
4.Curry will start boiling and in 3-4 minutes prawns will get cooked.
5.Drizzle 1 tsp coconut oil on top and garnish with coriander leaves.


Amila said…
This is a mouthwatering dish...I was bit away from the blog because of some studies,now again back to it.:)Hope you are doing great!!
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Have a great day!!
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Priya Suresh said…
Slurp,mouthwatering here..Excellent curry..
Beena said…
yummy yum. You have a lovely space. I am following you.
Seafood and Mango is my favourite combination. Your curry looks good.

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