Thursday, August 12, 2010

Dosakai Royyalu/ Yellow cucumber with shrimp

We need:


Shrimp 1 pound
Dosakai/ yellow cucumber 1 large
Green chillies 3
Onion 1 medium
Ginger garlic paste 1 1/2 sp
Salt to taste
Chilli powedr 1sp
Haldi 1/4 sp
Cilantro 1/2 cup chopped


Method:


Dosakai is yellow cucumber.
Peel the skin and remove the seeds of the cucumber and cut to small pieces.
See that the cucumber is not bitter. If its bitter the curry wont taste good.
In a pan heat 1 sp oil and add raw shrimp and pinch of haldi.
Cook for few mits and keep aside.
In a pan heat oil and add chopped onions and green chillies.
Cook till golden brown and add shrimp and cucumber pieces.
Mix well and add haldi, chilli powder and salt to taste.
Cook on low flame ofr 5 mits and add some water and presser cook.
Remove lid and cook further if shrimp is not cooked or if excess water is left out.
Garnish with cilantro and serve hot.

2 comments:

మురళి said...

mouth watering so yummy yummy

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