Spruce up your meals with these tantalising prawn curry recipes from South India.
Bring the rich and coconutty flavours of Mangalore to your plate with this quick and easy prawn curry.
This dish is traditionally cooked in coconut oil; however, you can also replace it with vegetable oil if you want.
Out of the many must-try Bengali recipes, we bring for you a list of delicious prawn (Chingri) curries to make you experience the true magic of the cuisine.
This prawn curry will surely be a show stopper, and your guests might even ask for more of it!
Ambot means 'sour' and tik means 'spicy', this Prawn Ambotik recipe is a perfect blend of both sour and spicy flavours.
Green bird's eye chillies give this curry its colour and heat. Combine with Neil's other recipes to make an Asian banquetThe curry paste in this recipe can be used as a base for a stir-fry. ...
While preparing this dish, one must always remember that if you are cooking with frozen prawns, it is important to make sure that they are completely defrosted.
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Extracted by blending coconuts shaving in warm water, coconut milk helps make some of the most delicious non-vegetarian curries in Indian cuisine!