Very easy to cook, although with lots of much tastier shrimp recipes seems to be a waste of such a lovely product
Absolutely wonderful. I added a little extra oil and sauted a finely chopped pepper and finely chopped onion with the spices. i sub'd the sweet paprika with spanish smoked paprika and i didn't have ground cumin to hand so i just threw in some cumin seeds instead. i had cooked king prawns rather than raw so i just took the mixture off the heat once the veg was cooked through and stirred in the cooked king prawns. Served this with some fresh basmati rice with a dollop of butter mixed in. definitely making this one again! very quick and very easy!!
This was delicious! I cut the recipe down ALOT for just the 2 of us so I cut the sauce ingredients in half. I used the parsley from my garden. This couldn't have been easier! Made for I Recommend Zaar Tag Game 2012.
Yummy and could not be easier. Flavors of the far east in a quick and delicious shrimp dinner.
This is a wonderful recipe! We had some large prawns and I followed the recipe exactly except for one thing-I don't like cilantro and had no parsley so i used fresh basil instead. The spice blend is wonderful-not too anything, not too hot, sweet, salty, spicy,just right! Try this, you won't regret it.
Wow these were amazing. The spice balance was perfect. I did make some changes to the recipe. I used 50ml of oil instead of 80ml(next time will use less), & turmeric instead of paprika. I fried a chopped onion together with the garlic & after adding the spices I added some chopped tomatoes. I added around 100ml white wine & water to get enough sauce to serve over the rice. I left the shells on the prawns. I used 1kg of prawns to get two servings & there was none left. Thanks for posting, will make again.
This was very yummy! I wasn't sure what sweet paprika was.. just had paprika? But I added sauteed onions and some tomatoes too. And think I'll add some ground coriander to the spices next time. Great recipe - thanks for sharing!