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Last Updated Monday December 05 2016 09:59 AM IST

Prawns Peera

Mrs K M Mathew
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Preparation Time

45

Cooking Time

30

Serves

4

Calories

1912

An unimaginably easy recipe for such great taste! Keeping up with Kerala's excellent seafood tradition, this special dish, where prawns is cooked with grated coconut and other spices is just the treat you'd want to make at home.

Ingredients

2 cups prawns

2 cups scraped coconut

¼ cup kudampuli (Malabar tamarind or Garcinia Cambogia)

1 cup shallots, sliced

5 green chillies, slit

1 dsp ginger, minced

½ tsp turmeric powder

15-20 curry leaves

1 dsp garlic, sliced

4 dried red chillies

2 dsp coconut oil

Salt, as required

Water, as required

Preparation

Before lighting the pan, put in the scraped coconut

Add turmeric, shallots, ginger, garlic, green chillies, dried red chillies, curry leaves and salt and grind together with hand

Add the prawns to this mixture

Add kudampuli (Malabar tamarind or Garcinia Cambogia)

Mix well again

Add a cup of water and coconut oil

Cook under the lid until all the water is absorbed

Delicious prawns peera is ready to be served

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