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Chemmeen Mulaku Curry




Chemmeen Mulaku Curry

Spicy prawns curry with rice is something you would love to indulge on. This recipe is the same as the fish muluku curry and here I have not used coconut. But you still have its flavor with the coconut oil. I have used kudam puli or Malabar tamarind, so this curry is a bit spicy and tangy.You can also make prawns curry with coconut milk or with grated coconut.

Ingredients
Prawns - 18-20 medium 
Shallots sliced- 3/4 cup
Ginger- thinly sliced- 2 tbs
Turmeric powder- 1/3 tsp
Chilly powder- 1 1/3 tsp
Kudam puli- 3-4 pieces
Green chilly-1
Curry leaves a few
Fenugreek seeds- 1/3 tsp
Mustard seeds- 1/3 tsp
Coconut oil- 3 tsp




Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds and fenugreek seeds. When they splutter add thinly sliced shallots, ginger, curry leaves and green chilly and fry till it is golden brown. Add turmeric and chilly powder and soaked kudam puli and saute till oil separates. Add 3/4 cup of water and cook till the sauce thickens. Add cleaned and de veined prawns, cover and cook for three to four minutes in medium flame. Finally add fresh curry leaves and a  few drops of coconut oil. Serve with rice.

Try this
Hope you will all enjoy

Comments

  1. Prawn is my favourite. Looks delicious, spicy and tempting. Gorgeous presentation.

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  2. Curry looks spicy n delish ....fab with anything

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  3. love ur prawn curry...looks very tempting...

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  4. Nice post as usual..Ho,kothiyayittu vayya.I am on to cleansing session tomorrow onwards..Will check this after that..

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  5. Looks spicy n delicious...really tempting

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  6. wow, spicy, tasty n delicious prawn curry

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  7. looks so yummy...i love prawns and I'm going to try this soon

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  8. The dish looks spicy and flavourful.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  9. Tangy and mouthwatering prawn curry.

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  10. delicious-looking curry...love the nice red color :)

    Gita Jaishankar
    http://gitaskitchen.blogspot.com/

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  11. fabulous looking curry suja..excellent preparation..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  12. the color of the dish is looking red hot..I love this color....very delicious recipe..yummy
    A Girl's Diary

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  13. yumm..look at the colour .....tempting click!!

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  14. Sounds tangy & spicy, looks fantastic!

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  15. hi suja, wow ! this is really great, no wonder i see the gravy is of a different color.

    would like to try curry gravy without coconut milk. i hope it works well with fish too.thanks

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  16. wow suja loved the red spicy look of my prawn curry. Me too having a prawn dish:)

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  17. Arre vah! Super aayitundu. Kurachu choru kittiyirunagil...!

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  18. Always love ur chemmeen recipes, love it...spicy and inviting.

    Trail for my latest updates at http://www.kitchen-mantra.blogspot.com

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  19. Luscious looking prawns curry, spicy n yumm.

    http://sanscurryhouse.blogspot.com

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  20. you are tempting me with this curry. such a lovely colour.

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  21. wow spicy and yummy..looks so delicious!

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  22. woww.... vaayil ou kappal odikkanulla vellam undu..superb..amazing..wonderful..............

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  23. Kudam puliyitta chemmeen curryum njan undkakarundu..Ethu adipoli!

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  24. Thanks all for stopping by and the sweet comments:)

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  25. ADIPOLI CURRY...AA RED COLORUM KUDAMPULIYUM ELLAM KOODI SUPER AAYIRIKKUM ENNURAPPANU.....VERY TEMPTING!!

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