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DRIED PRAWNS WITH MANGO STIR FRY

Dried prawns with mango stir fry is completely Kerala style stir fry. It is an excellent combination with rice, mashed tapioca and mashed jack fruit. It is very easy recipe but taste will be very nice. Usually it is preparing in summer season because mango will be available in this season. It is completely Kerala style home made dish but will be available in restaurant also some times for lunch. We can make different kinds of recipes with the combinations of dried prawns, tomato and mango but dried prawns and mango combination will give an amazing taste. It is medium spicy curry and this will have the mixed flavour of fenugreek powder and coconut oil. It will be very special to non - vegetarians. Sometimes it is serving as the side dish in wedding celebrations in some places. This recipe is my grandmother's recipe. My mother is also preparing this curry some times in my house. We will get very nice smell while cooking this stir fry and I really like this smell very much. It is traditional recipe and very special to serve guests. Everyone in my family like this curry very much so that we are making this curry sometimes. We will get a lot of compliments if we serve it to guests. 

Preparation Time - 10 minutes
Cooking Time - 15 minutes

Ingredients

Dried Prawns - 1 cup
Raw Mango - 1
Green Chilli - 2
Shallot - 15
Turmeric Powder - 1/2 teaspoon
Red Chilli Powder - 1/2 teaspoon
Grated Coconut - 3/4 cup
Fenu Greek Powder - 1 pinch
Curry Leaves - 2 sprigs
Coconut Oil - 1 teaspoon
Water - As required
Salt - To taste

Method
  • In a pan, add dried prawns and roast it well under low flame.
  • Then remove the head and tail of the dried prawns and keep it aside.
  • Remove the peel of raw mango and cut it as small pieces and keep it aside.
  • In a grinder, add green chilli, shallots, turmeric powder, red chilli powder, grated coconut, fenugreek powder,  some curry leaves, salt and pour water as required and crush it well.
  • In an another pan, add roasted dried prawns, raw mango pieces, crushed mixture, remaining curry leaves and pour water as required and mix well.
  • Cover the pan with lid and cook it well under low flame until water evaporates completely and stir it occasionally.
  • Pour coconut oil to this and mix well.
  • Then transfer it in a serving bowl and serve it.
Tips
  • We can use onion instead of shallots to get good taste.
  • To get yellow colour stir fry we need not use chilli powder. We can use more green chilli and pepper powder. 
  • To get more taste we can add coriander powder also.
  • We will get variety taste if we use cumin seeds instead of fenugreek powder.
  • We can use 2 or 3 garlic while crush the mixture to get good smell and taste.
  • We can splutter mustard seeds if we need to get very good taste. 
                     
Dried Prawns With Mango Stir Fry





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