KING PRAWN TIKKA

There is a small story behind this recipe.I have a follower in my city who is spanish  by the name of Paco Herrero  who loves indian food and cooking.  He contacted me through youtube after watching my cooking videos (much to my shock) and then started getting his spice supply from me. He followed my chicken tikka recipe to the “T” and even followed my tip about the left over marinade. Instead of freezing it  he decided to make KING PRAWN TIKKA out of it. For the chicken tikka recipe and video please click here.
Now what he did was use the chicken tikka marinade for the prawns BUT… i guided him to add a bit of turmeric, cumin and garam masala to the usual chicken tikka marinade to give it a different taste. He then grilled them and sprinkled lemon juice on them and took out a pic..
PACO….muchas muchas gracias!!!!
For the recipe:
1 cup room temperature white yogurt
2 tablespoons ginger garlic paste
2 tablespoons Nitu Didi tandoori spice powder
1/2 teaspoon of paprika powder
salt to taste
1/2 teaspoon each Nitu Didi cumin powder, turmeric powder and garam masala
500 grams shelled king prawns, veins removed
METHOD:
mix the ingredients for the marinate and marinate the prawns overnight. Next day heat a grill on high heat and grill them till just about done. Sprinkle lemon juice!!!!

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6 Responses to KING PRAWN TIKKA

  1. Neha Moorjani says:

    Hola Nitu! This is Neha Moorjani and I live in Pune now. I used to live in Tfe many years back before i got married. I enjoy reading your recipes and I have tried a few of them. But I think the tandoori prawn recipe is the most exciting. Thanks and keep it going.
    Muchas Gracias!

    • nituchugani says:

      Hola Neha…como estas????? lovely hearing from you..thanx for the compliments and telling me a bit about yourself… im glad u liked the tandoori prawn recipe….. gracias 🙂

  2. Paco says:

    Muchas gracias a ti Nitu, yo solo sigo tus recetas y consejos.

    un abrazo
    Paco

  3. nituchugani says:

    Paco…. :):):)

  4. This looks absolutely deelish! Good job!

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