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Shrimp/Prawn Curry Indian style

Large size prawns-----------25/ small--------35
Onions chopped------------1 cup
Coconut powder-----------2ts optional
Cumin seeds ---------------few
Mustard seeds--------------few
Ginger garlic paste----------1ts
Chili powder----------------1/2ts
Salt---------------------to taste
Cumin powder-----------1/2ts
Coriander powder--------1/2 ts
Garam masala------------1/4 ts optional


  1. If the shrimp is frozen thaw it in a cold running water until they become soft.
  2. Remove tail shell and Body shell, wash them and keep them aside
  3. Take a pan heat 2ts of oil in it.
  4. Add Cumin and mustard seeds and allow them to splutter, then add chopped onions and fry the until the onions are half cooked
  5. Now, add ginger garlic paste and turmeric and cook for 2 min.
  6. Now, add shrimp/prawns and fry in open pan until all the shrimp shrinks to half of its original size.
  7. Now add tomatos and cook untill they are finely cooked.
  8. Add chili powder, salt,cumin, coriander powder and coconut powder and cook in a closed pan for about 2-3min and here if u want some gravy for your curry you can add water or else cook as it is.
  9. After 2-3 min curry is ready to serve, garnish it with cilantro.

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  1. deliciously done a favourite way to make prawns goes well with rice and rotis
    following you too :)

  2. I love shrimps and combining with curry sure going to be heavenly! Thanks for sharing!

  3. ThnQ for ur comments frndz, keep following my blog!!!!!cheers

  4. Tomorrow I have friends invited for dinner. This recipe looks perfect! Thanks for sharing!

  5. thnQ eftychia....for stopping by....try will be nice

  6. This looks like a very nice and tempting dish. I love the color and richness of the dish (as shown on your photo) and this is one of the Indian recipes that I will definitely try. Thanks for sharing.


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