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Thursday, October 13, 2011

Prawns(Shrimp) Dry Roast / Prawns Ullarthiyathu

 Prawns or Shrimp dry roast is a very delightful and finger licking recipe.The recipe goes well with chapatis or rice.I just tried this out as per my mom's recipe.Its easy to prepare and perfect for an unexpected guests at home.They will remember the taste forever  :-))
Check out my other Prawn recipes --  Prawns Biriyani , Prawns manchurian, Prawns dry masala , Prawns- Mango Curry ,Fried Prawns masala , Prawn wrapped crispy




Ingredients
Prawns - 450gms or 50 count large ones
Onion 3 medium sized, sliced
shallots /pearl onion -5 sliced
green chillies- 3 chopped
ginger garlic paste 2 tsp
chilly powder 1 tsp
coriander powder 1 tsp
garam masala 1tsp
fennel seeds 1/2 tsp (optional,I always love the smell of this)
kudampuli (fish tamarind) or kokum 3 pieces
curry leaves
Salt
oil  5 tsp



Method
  • Wash and clean the prawns using lemon juice and salt.(lemon takes away the bad odour, I usually apply this and keep aside for 15minutes).Wash it thoroughly under running water and keep aside.
  • Chop all the veggies as listed.
  • If you are using the fresh prawns,then cook the prawns in salt,turmeric powder,half of chilli powder and drain the water.keep aside.(I omitted this step as i used cooked shrimp packet)
  • Heat oil in  a pan and add the fennel seeds.(if using)
  • Saute  shallots,then add sliced onions till deep brown colour,add the ginger-garlic paste.
  • Add the green chillies, curry leaves and little salt and kodumpuli(fish tamarind)
  • Add all the spices on low flame.Give a quick toss.
  • Add the shrimp to it.
  • Cook covered for 10 minutes with a half cup water.
  • Dry up the masala mix and Serve hot!!


NOTES
* You can replace the fish tamarind with the other tamarind .
 

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23 comments:

Torviewtoronto said... Best Blogger Tips

this looks fabulous deliciously done

Uma said... Best Blogger Tips

Delicious julie. Looks flavorful too.

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Amy said... Best Blogger Tips

oh you made me hungry!! Looks deicious!!

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Sravs said... Best Blogger Tips

wow very delicious dry prawns roast !! looks YUM !!
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Amina Khaleel said... Best Blogger Tips

Prawns look great.. nice clicks...

Now Serving said... Best Blogger Tips

a fab treat for prawn lovers no doubt :)

Rachel said... Best Blogger Tips

Just the way I make it too.

La @ FoodSlice said... Best Blogger Tips

There's something called 'fish tamarind'? Prawn roast looks delicious.

Mélange said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow there Julie..Fabulous recipe with spicy prawns.I can finish that in one sitting.slurp !

Kalyani's Platter said... Best Blogger Tips

prawns look delicious .......

SpicyTasty said... Best Blogger Tips

looks fabulous!!

Treat and Trick said... Best Blogger Tips

You can tell by looking at the photo that this is awesome and yummy!

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Priya said... Best Blogger Tips

Fingerlicking shrimp roast,soo tempting.

Ramya said... Best Blogger Tips

wow...looks so good

Sumee said... Best Blogger Tips

makes me want to try it soon.. yumm

julie said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanx all friends..@ La: the fish tamarind is the local name of kodumpulli / kokum as it's mainly used in fish recipes in Kerala..

cookingvarieties said... Best Blogger Tips

hi julie came here few days ago,but your new post not in yet.
first time i ever seen dried shrimps being cooked this way...spicy and curreid.
never seen as a main ingredient, they are always being used as condiments or garnishings.
may try this one day, would be great as a side dish with rich huh. take care julie.

Pushpa said... Best Blogger Tips

Prawns roast looks yummy and flavorful.

Sushma Mallya said... Best Blogger Tips

Wonderful recipe...I can almost smell the aroma by reading the recipe...looks mouthwatering!

Nandini said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow, the prawns look very appetizing and tempting!

Prathibha Sreejith said... Best Blogger Tips

wow, those prawns looks yumm :) Nice clicks as well...

vineetha said... Best Blogger Tips

Delicious..I too prepare this in a similar way but I dont add water..Fell like making it today.

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