Although this might be one of our simplest recipes so far, we have to admit it might just be the tastiest. This simple dish requires a quick mix with all the ingredients and then a pan fry which altogether should not take more than 15 minutes to prepare.
In terms of preparation, remember to remove the veins from your prawns as you are cleaning them. If you don't usually practice removing the veins, keep reading. The vein of the prawns is actually a part of the prawn's digestive tract meaning it actually contains waste. This means by not removing it you might be consuming prawn waste. Since the veins contain waste, not removing it also means you may taste this waste as you are eating, which is definitely not going to compliment your dish. It can taste bitter or sometimes just simply off putting. So for those of you who might be lazy to do so, please remember you are eating prawn waste.
Now that we have gotten the waste topic out of the way, let's move onto the recipe!
300g raw large prawns
Handful of dried curry leaves
1 teaspoon garlic granules
1 teaspoon ginger paste
1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder
4 heaped teaspoons Aria Kitchen All Purpose Masala
INSTRUCTIONS 1) Coat your prawns in the Aria Kitchen All Purpose Masala, salt, garlic granules and curry leaves. 2) Heat up some oil and ginger paste in a pan. 3) Once the oil is hot, fry your prawns on each side for 3-4 minutes.