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Goan Prawn Curry
By : Sneha Kakodkar Category : Goa, Prawn, Curries and gravies Servings : 4 Time Taken : 15-30 mins Curry leaf powder Rating : Dosakaya kura/Andhra yellow cucumber curry Brinjal curry with coconut and channa dal Aamras murg Kairiwali bhindi


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Add to Favs Method 1. Grind coconut, chillies, 1 chopped onion, tamarind, dry coriander seeds and turmeric powder. 2. In a pan heat coconut oil at medium flame and fry the remaining chopped onion 3. Fry till it is pink in colour then add prawns and let it be till the prawns become firm and turn pink. 4. Now add the ground paste and allow to boil till a normal gravy consistency is reached. 5. Now add salt to taste (remember prawns are already salted). 6. Boil for 5 min 7. Garnish with fresh coriander leaves

Ingredients: 1 cup - fresh prawns (medium size, salt marinated) 1/2 - fresh grated coconut 10 - red chillies An inch tamarind 2 - finely chopped onions 2 tsp - dry coriander seeds 1 tsp - turmeric powder 1 tbsp - coconut oil Salt to taste




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Posted by Siju Mathew on 2012-11-21 11:55:40 I think Goan sole is better than tamarind.

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