A lip smacking meal with delicious prawn curry made along with drumsticks served with some steamed rice, a crunchy cabbage carrot poriyal and a flavourful raw mango pachadi will leave your taste buds in absolute glee.
A riot of flavours and textures, with so many nutrients on your plate, this meal is great to be served during the weekends when the family is relaxed and thoroughly relishes the meal.
Did you know: Drumstick pods helps to build strong bones, it is very good for pregnant women also. Drumstick pods which are known as moringa in local language is rich in calcium, Iron and vitamins. They are also help purify the blood, improves digestion and protects against infection.
Carrots on the other hand are an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C needs and iron
Although the prawn curry here is served with steamed rice, you could even serve it along with some soft Kerala Style Appam Recipe (Without Yeast), and have some Curry Leaves Buttermilk Recipe and serve with Ada Pradhaman Recipe With Homemade Ada as dessert to finish of this awesome meal.
1. Chemmeen Muringakka Curry Recipe -Prawn Drumstick Curry
A delicious Kerala style Prawn curry made along with tender drumsticks, cooked in a freshly ground coconut masala. This Chemmeen Muringakka Curry is packed with flavours.
You could replace the prawns and drumsticks with any meat or vegetable of your choice.
Try our other Prawn Curry Recipes :
- Dherosh Chingri Jhol Recipe (Bengali Style Prawn Curry With Ladies Finger)
- Srilankan Prawn Curry Recipe
- Prawns Coconut Curry Recipe
2. Cabbage and Carrot Poriyal Recipe (No Onion and No Garlic)
A healthy combination of cabbage and carrot cooked together in a South Indian tadka, this Cabbage and Carrot Poriyal gives you, your bit of nutrition from the meal.
Try our other Poriyal Recipes:
- Pavakkai Poriyal Recipe - Karela Ki Sabzi
- Kothavarangai Poriyal Recipe
- Beetroot Poriyal Recipe (Stir Fried Beetroot)
3. Pacha Manga Pachadi Recipe - Raw Mango Pachadi
A delicious South Indian side dish put together with raw mango as the star ingredient. It is made tangy-sweet- spicy with the addition of tamarind jaggery and sambar masala.
Tastes great when eaten with piping ho steamed rice and melted ghee over it.
Try our other Pachadi recipes:
- Yellow Cucumber Pachadi Recipe
- Kerala Pumpkin Pachadi Recipe (Parangikai Pachadi)
- Andhra Gongura Pachadi Recipe - Andhra Style Sorrel Leaves Chutney
4. Steamed Rice Recipe - Pressure Cooker & Sauce Pan Methods
A classic carbohydrate in most Indian meals , steamed rice is comfort food at its best, when paired with literally anything.