Referring to curry, you immediately think of the legendary chicken curry. So today, why not try changing the wind to a strange but equally delicious shrimp curry.
- 600g crayfish (about 6-7, can replace other shrimp)
- 150g taro
- 50g onion
- 200g banana wax
- 5g cilantro
- 3 lemongrass plants
- 1 horny chili
- 2 purple onions
- 2 cloves of garlic
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- ½ tablespoon curry powder
- ½ tbsp seasoning
- ¼ tbsp salt
- ¼ tablespoon ground pepper
- 300ml thin coconut milk
- 100ml water
Step 1: Preliminary Processing of Crayfish
- First, you proceed to cut the beard of the crayfish, which can be peeled or not. Then rinse with water and leave until completely drained.
- Next, mince 2 garlic cloves and 2 red onions. Then, you marinate the shrimp, add ¼ tbsp salt, ¼ tbsp seasoning, ¼ tbsp ground pepper, ½ garlic and minced shallot and mix well.
Step 2: Preliminary Ingredients
- You smash 2 lemongrass trees and then cut them, the remaining 1 tree is cut into thin slices. Next, you cut thinly 50g onion and cut 150g taro into bite-sized pieces. Then, you put 200g of waxed bananas in boiling water, boil for about 5 minutes, when you see the banana peel, take it out, let it cool and then peel it.
- Finally, you put oil in the pan and fry the taro until slightly golden, then take it out and continue to fry the shrimp until both sides are slightly golden, turn off the heat, take out the shrimp to drain the oil.
Step 3 Process Curry Water
- First, you put the pot on the pan, add cooking oil and then proceed to fry the minced garlic and drain, until the color turns yellow, you continue to add 300ml of diluted coconut milk to the pot, add 100ml of filtered water.
- Next, you add the remaining seasonings including: ½ tablespoon of curry powder, ¼ tablespoon of seasoning powder and 2 tablespoons of sugar, stir well. Wait until the curry mixture boils, add all the crayfish, taro and banana wax to the pot, cook for 5 minutes, seasoning to taste.
- Finally, you put the onion, chili and cilantro on your face, then turn off the heat. So we have a delicious shrimp curry pot!
With just a few simple steps, you have a delicious, quality shrimp curry right away. The fresh taste of shrimp blends with the fatty taste of curry juice, a bit of taro and waxy bananas. Who can resist such a wonderful dish!