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Thursday, 6 August 2015

Prawns Ghee Roast


Ghee roast is one of the most popular delicacies of Manglore. I saw this recipe in  kudpiraj mam’s blog in which he  and his wife recreated the dish. The pic of dish they put was tempting and  mouth watering.   So I thought of trying it soon. Ghee roast is my hubby’s favourite so thought to prepare it on our 15th wedding anniversary. Thank you kudpiraj mam for awesome recipe we all loved it very much.
 
ingredients
Prawns                              1 kg
Lemon                               1 squeezed
Curd                                   ½ cup
Turmeric powder            ½ tsp
Pepper powder               1 tbsp
Red chillies                       25 roasted
Kashmiri chilli powder    2 tsp
Coriander seeds               1 tsp roasted
Cumin seeds                      ½ tsp roasted
Methi seeds                       ½ tsp roasted
Garlic flakes                       10 to 12
Tamarind                            lemon size ball
few curry   
Oil                                        30 ml
Ghee                                    30 ml
Coriander leaves               chopped a hand full
Few curry leaves
Method
Marinate prawns with lemon juice, curd, pepper powder, little chilli powder , turmeric powder  & salt and keep aside for 8 hour or overnight in refrigerator. If u want prawns uncurled after cooking please pass a tooth pick  through the prawns.
 
Step 2
Red chillies, chilly powder, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, methi seeds, garlic flakes and tamarind add little water and grind into fine paste.
Step 3
Heat  oil in a shallow pan. Roast the marinated prawns till they get cooked. Drain and keep aside.
In same oil add ground masala, roast till oil leaves the sides and raw smell goes.
 Add salt, remaining marinade, few curry leaves and cooked prawns(remove sticks) and mix well keep for 2 to 3 min in slow flame. add ghee mix and cover and cook till masala get thick add coriander leaves turn off gas .
 
transfer to serving bowl and serve with neera dosa.
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 
 
 
 

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