The tanginess of tamarind mixes with the sweetness of sugar to make this mouth-watering delicacy. It hails from the ancient kitchens of the Pathare Prabhu community of India’s Mumbai region.
|Prepartion Time: 10 mins||Cooking Time: 15 mins|
|Tip: Stir the prawns gently so they don’t break. Using a rubber spatula helps.|
The final video of the Learn To Cook – Basics series Kolambi Che Bhujne or Simple Prawns curry. This dish requires no complex cooking techniques or requires a lot of time to cook, but that doesn’t compromise the taste of this dish. It goes very well with dal rice or chapati or even bread.
A very simple Potato & Tomato Curry from the kitchen of Pathare Prabhu cummunity of Mumbai. This curry or Batata Bhujne has three main ingredients and which can be enjoyed with rice, chapati or even bread.
Beetacha Goda is a unique beetroot sabji hailing from the ancient kitchens of Pathare Prabhus in India.