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Category: prawns

Crisp Koli Masala Prawns

Crisp Koli Masala Prawns

A few months ago, when I first met an old blogger friend, Anjali Koli for the first time, she showered me with treats–some homemade peanut fudge, a beautiful handmade card, and a traditional spice blend typical to her hometown–a koli masala. I used the masala sparingly (partly because it was fiery and partly because I […]

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Easy Garlic Butter Prawns

Easy Garlic Butter Prawns

It has been “winter” in Mumbai and after the long and seafood-deprived monsoons and unbearably hot October, good quality seafood is finally back in the markets since November. My fisherwoman comes knocking every other day with glistening pomfrets, pink prawns, and slimy Bombay ducks. Avanee and I are tempted (and usually yield to temptation) at […]

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Translated Loksatta article: Tempura

Translated Loksatta article: Tempura

The original Marathi version of this article appeared in Loksatta on July 7, 2012. Click here to read the Marathi version. It takes just a few minutes of the scantiest pre-monsoon showers for us Indians to get into bhajiya-mode. With the slightest drizzle, sleepy roadside bhajiya shops doing slow business in the summers suddenly pick […]

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Puli Inji Prawns: Prawns in Tamarind and Ginger sauce

Puli Inji Prawns: Prawns in Tamarind and Ginger sauce

Being born into a Maharashtrian Brahmin family usually means eating chincha-gulachi aamti (tamarind and jaggery based lentils) at least thrice a week. We have tongues that jiggle at the mere thought of tamarind. I love my chaat (Indian street food) a little heavy on the sonth or meethi chutney made from dates and tamarind. When […]

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Prawn moilee

Prawn moilee

I love prawns. But you know that, don’t you? From here and here and here. You know how I simply must buy them when the fisherwoman comes along, no matter how they’re priced. I bought Rs. 300 worth prawns, ya. Just for me and father-in-law. I mean, that’s a bit much. But look at these […]

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Prawn turnovers/Prawn karanjis

Prawn turnovers/Prawn karanjis

MK can’t stand my fisherwoman. I don’t blame him. She’s kind of…insistent. Unfortunately, when she comes in every other morning, I’m usually attending to Avanee’s waking up process (ahem) and am in no position to go to the door and do fish talk. So, MK has to answer the door and deal with her. Problem […]

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Pan-grilled prawns

Pan-grilled prawns

I don’t own a barbecue. I don’t even own one of those fancy stove-top grills. What I do have, however, is my trusty old cast iron skillet. I use it for practically everything—dosas, uttappas, thalipeeths and other members of the crepe and pancake family, eggs, bhakris, quesadillas, and sandwiches. I also use it to smoke […]

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