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Pepper Prawns

Pepper Prawns

Grind to paste:
Serving size:4
5 shallots
3 garlic cloves
1 small ginger
1tsp fennel seeds
2 curry leaves
a little salt

Grind all the ingredients into a fine paste and keep aside.

1lb prawns
1 large onion chopped
4tbsp pepper powder
1 bay leave
1 small cinnamon stick
3 cardamom pods
3 cloves
1tsp mustard seeds
1 cumin seeds
3 curry leaves
5 shallot
1 capsicum diced
1 tomato diced

Preparation Methods:
Coat a pressure pan with 1tbsp ghee and add the prawns,grind paste and salt. Pressure cook to about 5 whistle.Keep aside.Heat a wok with 2tbsp oil and saute whole spice, curry leaves and chopped onion until tender. Meanwhile in another bowl add the diced shallots,capsicums,tomatoes and 1tsp pepper powder with 1tsp of olive oil. Micro-wave on high for 3 minutes and keep aside. Add the prawn and the remaining pepper powder and sdark soy sauce to the wok. Once the mutton is well coated in the spice mixture- add the micro waved ingredients and saute well. Adjust level of salt and pepper.Remove from flame and serve hot.


Akal's Saappadu said…
you've pressure cooked your prawns, that's new to me :) looks delicious!

saraswathy, kalakkareenga ponga!

thirumbi "preparation method" padinga, you've typed mutton instead of prawns :)lol

you can delete this message if you want :)
no it's ok..i made mistake u are tell me..happy to have someone who really have patience to let me know my mistake and still gives lovely comments..thanks
Your Pepper Prawns look great... Dint the Prawns turn hard after pressure cooking??? I just love the color dear very tempting...
no dear..if u pressure cook it will be very soft like the chicken meat ma..that's was my hubby's idea and it turn out really well.

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