Non Veg Dishes Sea on my table

Pepper Prawns

These days i’m feasting myself on sea food as i’m worried about missing fresh sea food in Kashmir, where i’ll be living for the coming few years. Donna wanna feel miserable by the thought of letting the whole world feast on the prawns which were marked for me at their birth. So here i go !

Here in this recipe, i’ve followed the simple Kerala style of cooking prawns using black pepper powder as the main spice ingredients.
Serves – 5
Preparation time – 10 minutes.
Prawns ( Dewained and washed) – 500 gm
Onion – 1 big Finely chopped
Curry leaves – 2 to 3 strands
Ginger minced – 1 tbsp
Garlic minced -2 tbsp
Black pepper powder – 2 tsp
Red chilli pdr – 1/2 tsp
Turmeric pdr – 1 tsp
Coriander pdr – 1 tbsp
Green chillies slit – 3 nos
Lemon juice – of 1 small lime
Salt – to taste
oIL – 3 to 4 tbsp
1. Heat some oil in a pan and add finely chopped onions and garlic and saute till slight brown. Now add minced ginger in to it and saute for 2 minutes. Add turmeric pdr followed by black pepper pdr and saute very well on slow flame.
2. Now add red chilli pdr and coriander pdr and saute for another 1 minute.
3. Now it’s time for the prawns to go into the pan along with salt.Add curry leaves and green chillies now. Mix very well and cook with the lid closed for about a minute.
4. Open the lid and saute the whole masala along with prawns on high flame for some time. Make sure the prawns are cooked well and salted to taste.
5. Sprinkle the lemon juice drop by drop to your tangy taste.

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By sarithakumbakkara

Hii, I'm Saritha who is finding it extremely difficult to write a paragraph about myself . I have already written few lines and deleted them too as some where i was sounding a bit underconfident or some times a bit too boasty. I don't like to be either of them as i believe that finding a balance between the above mentioned is the blissful state of mind which i always would prefer to be in.I am trying my best here to give you a clear idea about myself ;)
I belong to God's own country, Kerala and i am a big fan of the cuisine of the state . Professionally i'm a mentor of young minds . As i am married to an Indian air force Pilot, i had been living in various parts of the country. I would love to call myself and my hubby as avid travellers as that's one thing which thrills me and lifts up my mood drastically from 'being balanced yet a little boring ' to 'extremely enthusisatic'.I have two sons (a deadly combination to handle) Aditya 13 and Aarush 7 who are choosy in eating like most of the kids. I love my travels and it gives me amble exposure to taste various cuisines within and outside the country. Socializing and parties have always been a part of our Airforce life and who would not like to see the smile on your guest's face after tasting your food. That's how i started cooking and tasting and experimenting.I had seen he days where i found" breaking an egg without creating a mess" as my life's biggest challenge.(lol ;) ).But past few years in cooking has made me realise that it isn't Rocket science.
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