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Shrimp With Mustard Sauce Recipe, Sadari Sabji, How To Make Shrimp With Mustard Sauce Recipe

Shrimp Mustard sauce or Mustard prawns is a very flavourful dish. Prawns cooked in a spicy mustard sauce gravy.

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About Recipe

Royallu koora, Eral Kuzhambu, Chingri torkari

How to make Shrimp with Mustard Sauce

(17 ratings)
15 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
25 mins
Shrimp with Mustard Sauce
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Shrimp
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : January 18, 2019


Ingredients used in Shrimp with Mustard Sauce
• Red chili paste - 1 tablespoon.
• Turmeric powder - 1/4 tea spoon.
• Green chilly (chopped) - 3 numbers.
• Garlic (chopped) - 1 tablespoon.
• Mustard oil - 2 tablespoons.
• Mustard paste - 2 tablespoons.
• Salt - to taste.
• Shrimp - 150 grams.
• Sugar - ½ tea spoon.
Method:
  • Take mustard seeds soak it into the water for 6 hours and make a paste keep it aside.
  • Heat mustard oil in a pan add chopped garlic, green chilies, turmeric powder, red chili paste, mustard paste, salt, shrimp mix it well.
  • Let this cook on a slow flame for 3 to 4 minutes, sprinkle sugar and serve.





Cooking with images Sadari Rassa , Shrimp rasdar, Sigadi saaru





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Mustard is  a brilliant condiment and a super food that is with us since thousands of years. It is one of the vital ingredients used in preparing a variety of dishes. Believe it or not, but mustard has been since ages used as a medicinal paste which is made from the seed of the mustard plant. Mustard is commonly known as Rai or Sarson in India. Mustard is very small tiny grains that you get in black or dark brown in colors. It has a spicy, pungent smell and is used in tempering of various Indian curries. They are also used in paste form. Mustard can be used as a whole seed form or ground powder or paste form.

 Mustard seeds are obtained from the mustard plant which belongs to the same family as cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts and cabbage. Tadka is a very popular method of tempering the curries, chutneys, etc and the most common ingredient used in the tadka is mustard seeds. This is widely used to season rasam, dal, chutneys, pachadis etc in southern India combined with few sprigs of curry leaves and chopped green chillies along with a dash of hing.

 Types of Mustard seeds Mustard seeds are available in white, yellow, black & brown colors and are derived from three different plants. The black seeds are very pungent, volatile and expensive while the white seeds are much milder but can have the fieriness of the black seeds. The black and brown mustard seeds are widely used in Indian cuisine especially in Bengali and south Asian cooking. When fried, the mustard seeds gives a nutty taste rather than fiery.

 Uses of mustard seeds: Mustard seeds are used in numerous ways in Indian cooking. It is widely used in seed form and used in powder form to season/ flavor a variety of pickles. Other uses of mustard seed in paste form includes as a wonderful ingredient to flavour fish curries. When the mustard seeds splutter in oil, it uplifts the pleasant taste of the mustard and removes its bitterness and the essence get engulfed into the pickles, stir fries, curries, roasted meat and vegetables. From a simple appetizer to an elaborate main course, this condiment is one of the most versatile spices you must have in your kitchen. You can make an amazing mustard paste at home by just grinding the raw mustard seeds with little water or vinegar thus giving a sharp spicy flavour. Apart from this Bengali cuisine use mustard oil for cooking a variety of fish curries, dals etc.

 Health benefits of Mustard: Mustard is a major source of calcium, iron, omega-3 fatty acids, zinc, manganese and magnesium. Mustard seeds are high in antioxidants, nutrient dense with selenium and known to have anti-inflammatory properties. Mustard is also a natural anti-fungal and antiseptic. Other uses for mustard seed in medicine include relieving congestion when you have a cold or cough etc. Because of its low calorie, pungent and unique flavour, you can happily replace with other fatty, sugary condiments such as mayonnaise, ketchup, sauce or butter. You can also include them in salad dressing, marinades and vinaigrettes. 

 Do try using mustard and enjoy the enticing flavour that makes the dish unique and zesty to taste. List below are some amazing and mouth-watering recipes made with mustard. Do give it a try as its worth eating.

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Fish in Mustard Oil - Macher Kalia with Aloo

Prawns Cooked in Mustard Curry Sauce - Chingudi Besara

Dahi Jihinga Curry - Prawns in Mustard Curd Curry

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Fish and Chutney in Banana Leaves - PATRA NI MACHI

 

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rk1271 Posted on Tue May 21 2013

You awesome awesome man! Thank you, Chef Thumma!

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srithi anjali Posted on Tue May 21 2013

13th view

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HeatherC19 Posted on Tue May 21 2013

Dear vahchef, lately I have seen lots of delicious looking shrimp and prawn recipes! they look so good, but sadly, I became allergic to shimp as a young adult! I miss shrimp very much. Could you please post some flavorful curries with other seafood?

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Neththra'sVision Posted on Tue May 21 2013

Mouthwatering....Sanjay! I just can't keep looking at that awesome dish. I know how it would taste with mustard oil. But I think you'll need to go jogging daily or we'll have to see a chubby version in future. :P

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irenenergy Posted on Tue May 21 2013

What was that that vahchef ate with the shrimps? It looks real good!

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Paradise6261 Posted on Tue May 21 2013

Thank you for posting all your delicious recipes. Thanks for allowing me to learn from all your videos. your of great admiration.

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Frankpro1 Posted on Tue May 21 2013

Puri "deep fried flat bread" ;)

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BillGunk Posted on Tue May 21 2013

Its an Indian fried bread called poori

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greentea lotus Posted on Tue May 21 2013

chef u r so gud at teasing your viewers' taste buds!! :) i cud feel puri's taste in my mouth when u were trying it out, but will need to try mustard sauce shrimp thats a li'll new! its been so long that i had puri in India! cant wait to m

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GRUBDUDE Posted on Thu May 23 2013

I'd like to try mustard oil. Is it hot/spicy? Expensive?

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HOusEoFsiERRa Posted on Thu May 23 2013

My favorite part of every vahchef videos is when the chef samples the finished product. My mouth literally watered. ^____~

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denettra Posted on Fri May 24 2013

mmmmmmmmmmm!!

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