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These are TOP 8 RECIPES OF PRAWN CURRY, for the people who loves prawn the most.
1.)Goan Prawn Curry
It is not only tangy but also spicy curry made using shrimps, a variety of spices, and coconut milk.
Therefore, some people use tamarind as the souring agent and some use kokum.
Prawns curry is a gravy-based masala prawn curry which is made in south Indian style.
Prawn curry is a simple delicious as well as flavorful dish made of fresh prawns, onions, tomatoes & spice powders.
And moreover, it is also known as prawn masala & pairs well with rice, roti or phulka.
3.)Prawn Coconut Curry
Shrimp curry, also known as prawn curry.
It is a typical curry dish of Burmese cuisine, Indonesian cuisine in Indonesia.
And Indo-Portuguese cuisine in India and Portugal, Mozambican cuisine in Mozambique, and Thai cuisine in Thailand.
4.)Black Pepper Prawn Curry
Black pepper and green chillies give this simple curry vibrance and heat.
And Whizz the chillies, onion, ginger and garlic with a splash of water to a purée in a small food processor or blender.
5.)Mangalorean Prawn Curry
In this popular Malvani (from the western coast of India) curry, the delicate flavors of coconut are a perfect complement to the taste of the prawns.
Therefore, it is a dish that overlaps Goan and Mangalorean-style dishes—coastal Indian communities famous for their cuisine.
6.)Kerala Style Prawn Curry
Kerala Style Prawn Curry is also known as Chemmeen Curry.
So, it is delicious curry from the state of Kerala.
Where prawns are cooked in a tomato-onion curry with everyday spice powders such as
Turmeric powder, coriander powder, red chili powder, black pepper powder, and also equally garam masala powder.
The recipe originated from Bengal (The eastern side of India) and here’s what it means:
So, Chingri = Shrimp
Malai Curry = Creamy or Cream-based Curry
Also, this recipe is perfect for Glutenfree, Keto diet too.
8.)Spicy Malabar Prawn
Malabar prawn curry is a delicious spice curry that originated along the coastline of South India.
Therefore, the use of curry leaves and tamarind is the signature of Malabar cooking.