The Coconut shrimp curry recipe is absolutely lip-smacking. You can serve with both rice and chapatti. You can surely outsmart any of the dishes that you think can of with this particular shrimp curry. This dish is considered to have Bengali origin, and some may say that this belongs to authentic Keralian cuisine. This seafood is genuinely excellent!
The taste mainly depends on the fresh and juicy prawns and upon the quality of the coconut. One just needs to have the best quality Prawns or Shrimps to win any heart over the dish. Buy prawns from the processor and export of Seafood in India. Your preparation will be even tastier because you will be serving the best quality of Prawns and Shrimps.
What do we need to know before we start making the dish?
- It only takes 25-30 mins to make the dish.
- This is super easy to make. It is served, mostly with lunch or dinner.
- Marinate the Shrimps before with olive oil and a pinch of turmeric powder.
Know the Ingredients to Prepare the Dish.
Shrimps: extra-large, raw, and that should be de-shelled. (500gms)
- 1 Tbsp of olive/mastered oil.
- 1 teaspoon of turmeric powder
- 1 teaspoon of ginger and garlic paste
- 1 cup of finely chopped onion
- ½ teaspoon of mild yellow curry powder
- 1 teaspoon of Garam Masala
- 1 cup of coconut milk
- 2 big spoons of crushed coconut
- Sugar and salt and some pepper according to your taste
- Fresh coriander and chilies to garnish
Know the method behind the whole preparation
Shallow fry the shrimps for a bit and let it cool aside. Now add mastered oil to the pan and let it get hot, and put the finely chopped onion into it. Wait till the onion is golden. After the onion turns golden, add ginger-garlic paste, turmeric powder, and sauté. Wait until the whole paste is cooked, and then add coconut milk. Let the curry take a thick shape and let it boil for at least 10-12 minutes, cover the pan with the lid. After the given time, add the yellow curry powder and the shallow fried shrimps, stir a bit and add coconut paste. Let the curry take its delicious look, and add salt and a pinch of sugar according to your taste. If now, you can even smell the aromatic curry, add the Garam Masala and chilies to have that pungent smell and taste. Take it out on a white plate and garnish with chopped coriander and one teaspoon of mastered oil. You can then actually see the happiness on the plate. Serve hot with rice or chapatti and win all hearts with the magical dish.