This easy Shrimp Roast recipe hails from the state of Kerala, India. With the sharp flavors of roughly crushed garlic and ginger, along with the tanginess from Kokum, get ready for a party in your mouth. Serve it with rice or roti or as the star appetizer for your next get-together."Shrimp (Prawn) Roast"
Kottayam is a region in State of Kerala, land of the Gods! And this dish is a very fine example of that wonderful cuisine that we hear so much of. The flavorful fish with coconut and tamarind gravy is perfect with some white rice and is sure to transport you to the place. Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 15 min Serves: 4-6 Ingredients: Tilapia or any Firm Fish – 1 lb, cut to bite…"Kottayam Fish Curry"
Thai Cuisine is one of the most delicious and beautiful cuisines with depths of color and flavors. This Tom Kha Soup is always a favorite whether it is summer or winter. The balance of the sweetness from the palm sugar, the saltiness of the fish sauce (or soy sauce if you are vegetarian or vegan) and the spiciness from the thai chilies is just unbelievable with the soft and creamy and very subtle flavor of…"Thai Tom Kha Soup"
This superbly mild (of course, can be made spicy) and creamy curry has the shrimp melting in your mouth. The soft and the juicy shrimp are a seafood lovers delight. One of the most popular and recognizable Bengali dishes will have you licking your fingers. Like all other regions and states, each region has it’s own style of making the dish. Enjoy this great version shared by Sayanti Chanda. Thank you, Sayanti! Prep Work: 10…"Bengali Shrimp Curry (Chingri Malaikari)"