Prawn Sukke / Kolambi Sukke /Sungta Sukke

Posted by sharada | Wednesday, June 09, 2010 | | 14 comments »

Ingredients:
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            Prawns/Shrimp --> 30 nos. (small sized)
            Onions --> 2 medium size
            Coconut grated --> 3 Tbsp to 4 tbsp
            Red chilli powder --> as per taste
            Pepper powder --> as per taste
            Coriander powder --> 1 tsp
            Garam masala powder --> 1/4 tsp
            Turmeric powder --> 1/4 tsp
            Garlic --> 4 cloves ( large)
            Poppy seeds --> 1/2 tsp
            Fennel seeds --> 1 tsp
            Salt --> as per taste
            Oil --> 1 tsp
           Coriander leaves/Cilantro leaves

Method:
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  1. Clean the prawns and de-vein them.  
  2. Heat oil in a saucepan, add poppy seeds & fennel seeds and saute them until you get a nice aroma
  3. .Now add the finely minced garlic and when it turns slightly brown add the chopped onions and fry till golden brown.  
  4. Add the prawns and cook them on medium high flame for about 3-4 mins. 
  5. Reduce the heat and add the dry powders - red chilli ,turmeric,garam masala,pepper,corainder powder,salt & grated coconut.
  6. Mix well &  cook the prawns till done.Keep stirring to avoid the mixture sticking to the bottom of the saucepan.If you feel the mixture is getting burnt you can sprinkle little water. 
  7.  Serve hot garnished with chopped coriander leaves/cilantro leaves.

 





    14 comments

    1. Sushma Mallya // June 09, 2010  

      wow this really looks mouthwatering and a very nice recipe as well

    2. Umm Mymoonah // June 09, 2010  

      That's a very tempting prawn curry, looks sooooo... good

    3. Asha // June 09, 2010  

      Great looking Sukke, yummy.

    4. Life is beautiful!!! // June 09, 2010  

      What a pic dear !!! It looks too perfect.

    5. Suman Singh // June 09, 2010  

      first time here...lovely space...
      Prawn sukke looks delicious...

    6. arthi // June 09, 2010  

      My husband loves prawn!!yours looks so inviting.

    7. Sridevi // June 10, 2010  

      My favorite prawns looks awesome....

    8. Uma // June 10, 2010  

      Hi Sharada,

      sukke looks great.. months passed i havent made sukke.. ur version sounds tasty :)

      about your question, carrot burfi turns sticky! I'll soon post a dry version carrot Khadi.

      Keep up the good work!

    9. Anonymous // June 10, 2010  

      Nice recipe...will try it..

    10. sheba // June 18, 2010  

      hmm looks delectable...

    11. Rach // July 02, 2010  

      Thanks for stopping by. You have a nice space here. Glad to follow you

    12. Neetz // July 29, 2010  

      thast one awesome dish!!..i simply love it!!
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    13. Siddhi S // August 17, 2010  

      hi sharda,
      thnx for visitng my space and comemnting...loved ur space, following it...
      this sungta sukke luks very tempting one...nice pic. Hey u cna sue agar agar insted of china grass, result vl be same...hey by d way? from wch area u belong?...ur closer 2 goa?

    14. Kamalika // August 23, 2010  

      NIce dish.....very tempting indeed...

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