Seared Prawns with Lime with Mint and Cilantro Chutney

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  • on August 19, 2013

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    I made this as an appetizer for a dinner party. Some liked it, others did not. I love Indian food, so I was OK with the overall result, but not knocked out. I thought the seasonings were just way too powerful. I think I'd probably cut the ingredients in half, especially the cumin, if I ever make it again. It's been two days now and I still can't get the smell out of the house, even after scrubbing the kitchen and stove down from top to bottom. It looked pretty, but the flavors definitely are not for everyone.

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  • on August 02, 2013

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    I really liked this recipe, a little time consuming in prep but overall worth it. The smell is wonderful.
    Don't forget to add the lime juice right before pulling from skillet.
    I think I will make more Indian cuisine...the smell is wonderful.

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  • on June 29, 2011

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    Very delicious and fast to make. I did not have the fenugeek and cardomom available. Since garam masala has cardomon in it I used that instead. Along with the paprika and cumin it worked just fine. That squeeze of lemon on top of the shrimp after it was cooked really gave it a nice zest and complimented the flavors of the shrimp. I also made the chutney and it was absolutely delicious.
    I was thrilled to be able to duplicate Indian food and not have to go to a restaurant to get it. Thanks Bal!

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