Think Maharashtrian cuisine and your mind will automatically start wandering around a riot of flavourful delicacies arising out of the incredibly diverse culinary offerings of the state. From ever-popular vada pav and misal pav to various chicken curries and seafood recipes like bombil fry and more, you will find a wide range of delicacies available in this cuisine- be it for vegetarians or non-vegetarians. However, the aforementioned recipes are quite popular and ubiquitous in Maharashtra. This state has so much to offer apart from these signature dishes. One of them is the very amazing Kolambi Bhaat.
As the name suggests, 'Kolambi' means prawns, whereas 'bhaat' stands for rice. This recipe involves prawns and rice along with a variety of spices. Much like prawn pulao, the masala base here is made with powdered spices and goda masala which is a blend of cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, bay leaves, cassia and coconut all roasted until nutty and light brown. Wondering how to make it? Click here.
Kolambi Bhaat Recipe: How To Make Kolambi Bhaat
Trust us or not, if you are a seafood lover, this recipe is the one you must try! We are sure this recipe will get you hooked. To start with the recipe, take a bowl, add the prawns along with the turmeric powder and pinch of salt.
Now, in a small saucepan, add the basmati rice along with the water. Bring to a boil and simmer for 15-20 minutes until all the water has dried up. Now, in a blender add the garlic and ginger along with a splash of water and blend until a fine thick paste.
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