June 17, 2010

Shrimp Fry



When we went for monthly grocery shopping to COSTCO these jumbo shrimps caught our eyes. We were having a dilemma between the shrimp and King crab..I have not cooked crab till now and had tasted it only once till now. As it was very expensive, did not want to take any risk and settled with the shrimp. Normally we make gravy or thokku with the shrimp but this jumbo needs to FRIED !!! Anything that to be fried will be handed over to MK.It tasted so good and everyone loved it.. Worth trying !!!!

Bigger the shrimp easier it would be to de-vein it. Cleaning is a very important task when we plan to cook shrimp. To de-vein, use a small, sharp knife and make a small slit on the back of the shrimp and pull out the black vein like stuff. Clean well in cold water for at least 5 times. One more thing, my MIL always says not to give shrimp to kids below 5. It might cause some digestion problems in them.


This is sent to the CWS - Pepper event guest hosted by Padma of Padma's Recipes and started by Priya of Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes

Ingredients

Jumbo Shrimp - 10 - 12 no
Chilly Powder - 1 tsp
Turmeric Powder - 1/4 tsp
Cinnamon powder - 1/4 tsp
Ginger Garlic paste - 3/4 tsp
Pepper Corns - 1/2 tsp
Cardamom powder - a pinch
Red food color - a pinch (optional)
Yogurt - 1 tsp
Lemon Juice - 1 tsp
Salt of taste
Oil for frying

Method
  • Remove shells, de-vein and clean the shrimp. Pat dry to remove any water.
  • Place the shrimp in a vessel and add chilly powder, turmeric powder, cinnamon powder, cardamom powder, crushed pepper corns,ginger garlic paste, salt, yogurt, lemon juice.
  • Mix the food color in drops of water and add it to the shrimp.
  • Marinate for about 1 hour.
  • Heat oil, carefully place the shrimp in the oil and take out when it is golden brown.
  • Place fried shrimps on a tissue to remove excess oil.
  • Transfer it to serving plate and garnish with fresh coriander and fries chillies !!!

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15 comments:

My hubby bought a sack of shrimp from Costco too..but they are not jumbo..midsized ones. Lovely fried shrimp. Looks delicious!

Shabitha,Super pics dear, Love the color on the shrimp. Looks just perfect..

Love
Kairali sisters

we used to buy the costco shrimp but jumbo size ,,have to find medium size we used to buy.me too fry the same nice picture yummy fry..

Such a tempting shrimp fry, yumm!!mouthwatering here..

I buy the big raw shrimps and add in soups, pasta even grill! That look super pa :)

yeah costco shrimps catch our eyes toooo..nt a shrimp lover...but the marinade and gorgeous palatttttttttte is making my mouth drooooool....

Yummy.. they look so perfectly done..

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Shrimp looks perfectly fried! I agree this is the best way to use jumbo shrimp. We buy shrimp from Costco too. And also crab legs...makes excellent crab cakes.

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Rachana

Shrimp fry looks absolutely amazing...my favourite dish.lovely pics.First time in your space...nice collection of recipes.
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lovely dish for seafood lovers!! great click..

My Fav....looks so perfect and yummy!!!!

Very tempting shrimps fry...very nice:)

Loved the first picture there! Looks beautiful! Even though I don't eat shrimp, makes me wanna give it a try :)

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