Monday, April 12, 2010

Royallu Mudda Kura /Prawn Curry - T&T from Sailu's Kitchen

Born and brought up in a seashore city, we guys literally fond for seafoods..I always go search for different style of making out seafood dishes especially regarding prawns..Also am a person who love spicy Andhra dishes very much, so needless to say that when Lakshmi of Kitchen Chronicles announced this month's Tried and Tasted event went for Sailu's Food a fantastic space where Sailaja shares all her traditional Andhra recipes, bakes and delicious International dishes..Her blog is definitely a treasure for Andhra recipes..When i went through her space, i loved her seafood recipes and this royallu mudda kura tempted me a lot and got hooked to this dish..I prepared this curry before few days, we enjoyed truly especially my DH loved this fantastic curry.


500grms Prawns (washed and deveined)
2nos Onions (big & sliced)
1tsp Red chilly powder
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
15nos Curry leaves
Salt
Oil

To Grind:
5nos Garlic cloves
1tbsp Coriander seeds
3nos Cloves
1inch Cinnamon stick
1/2tsp Poppy seeds
2tbsp Coconut(grated)

Marinate the prawns in salt, turmeric powder, red chilly powder for few minutes, meanwhile grind the ingredients given in the list 'To grind' as fine paste with enough water..

Cook the marinated prawns, until they get cooked and the water from prawns get disappears..Heat enough oil in a pan and saute the onions,curry leaves until they turns transparent, add the grounded paste and cook well in medium flame, add the cooked prawns to the cooking paste and veggies..Cook until the water from the veggies get completely disappears but i didnt cooked until the water get disappears as we love to have our prawn curry slightly with gravy..

Serve hot with rice...

33 comments:

  1. Lovely Prawn Curry...very tempting !!!!

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  2. Certainly looks spicy and fabulous! What an awesome shrimp dish!Never used Poppy seeds and Shrimp together ever..very new and interesting recipe. Thanks to you and Sailu!

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  3. What a colour...loved the spicy prawns...yammy recipe.....

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  4. We love seafood..Love the color..yummo yumm..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  5. Very colourful and delicious looking prawn curry. Must have tasted simply great.

    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. Mouth watering prawn curry..and great recipe!

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  7. spicy tempting prawns.. pass me some :)

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  8. prawn curry looks fantastic Priya!!!!

    I love Andhra dishes and Sailu's recipes too!! I love their food for the hotness and the spice combination!!! this is terribly tempting!!!! gravy-um nallaa rich-aa irukku!!! super!!!!

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  9. You have chosen the best dish. I too love Andhra recipes very much. Love the way you kept some gravy too. mmm..I can finish a whole plate of rice with this prawn curry. Superb!

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  10. Count me in when it comes to prawns,find of prawns.Appealing prawn curry with a fab pic priya,iam feeling hungry post having my lunch :D Wonderful recipe,liked the addition of poppy seeds.

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  11. Priya,

    Nice curry, i like saliu food's she has amazing collection. Great dish.

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  12. Priya u are always making me drool with ur cooking..now my daughter has joined in as she just love prawns and i have promised to make them for tis weekend..will let u know pa..thanks for sharing:

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  13. curry et crevettes c'est le bonheur pour mes papilles, j'adore ce plat
    bonne soirée

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  14. i love sailus kitchen too and this curry looks fab, priya!

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  15. I too love sailu's recipes..and her pictures...this is an excellent dish to try.BTW, I came to know about this months ?T&T thro this post..thanks

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  16. Lovely prawn curry... very tempting:-)

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  17. I imagine the fiery taste of prawn, great choice!

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  18. Prawns curry luks gr8...lovely recipe...

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  19. I enjoy seafood a lot too! those shrimps must be so delish, with the aroma of curry leaves.

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  20. I love all recipes from Sailu's kitchen....u made the curry so delish and tempting!!!:)

    Smitha

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  21. What a delicious curry dish! I want some. :p

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  22. looks delicious... i prefer to add 2tbsp of tomato ketchup to make it more spicier...

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  23. Prawn curry is my all time favorite and this recipe is fab...can't wait till weekend to give a try.

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  24. love the colour,bright and lovely and the recipe too is so nice to try...looks so very yum priya

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  25. yummy recipe...mouth watering click

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  26. My mouth is watering..love the pic

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  27. lovely colour & looks perfect.Nice click.

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  28. This is looking good and beautiful click too...

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  29. This so so good!lovely click!

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  30. wow so tempting n yummy prawns...nice spicy recipe

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  31. Prawn curry looks too good Priya...very tempting and looks spicy and yum :)

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