Prawn Malai Korma Recipe

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  • TOTAL TIME 40m
  • PREP TIME 10 m
  • CALORIES 233
Prawn Malai Korma is a North Indian recipe that is sure to be a family favorite. This non-vegetarian recipe is quite easy to prepare at home as it involves the use of ingredients like prawns, bay leaves, ginger paste, garlic paste, tomato puree, curd and is further tossed in aromatic spices like red chili powder, turmeric powder and garam masala powder. You can serve this mouth-watering main dish recipe on occasions like kitty parties, birthday parties, game nights or buffets and enjoy with your friends and family. We highly recommend you to try this sumptuous recipe with hot steamed rice for a better taste. Try making this flavorful gravy dish at home over the weekend and we are sure everybody would love it.

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How to make Prawn Malai Korma

  • Step 1

    Wash the prawns properly under water and keep them aside. Now, place a pan over medium flame and pour oil in it. Once the oil is hot enough add bay leaves, garam masala powder and cumin seeds. Saute for a few seconds and then add chopped onions to it. Saute the onions as well till they turn golden brown in color.

  • Step 2

    Once the onions appear cooked add ginger & garlic paste in to the pan mix well till the raw smell of ginger and garlic disappears. Add red chili powder, turmeric powder and garam masala powder to the pan and give it a good stir over medium flame. After a minute or two add tomato puree along with curd, salt and coconut milk. Mix well.

  • Step 3

    One by one add the prawn pieces in to the pan and let it boil for minimum 5-7 minutes over medium flame. Now, cover the pan using a lid and let it simmer for 10 minutes. Remove the lid after 10 minutes and turn off the gas knob. Your prawn malai korma is now ready. Transfer it to a separate serving bowl and garnish with coriander sprig. Serve hot and enjoy.

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