Here it is! This is my favourite prawn puri recipe to date!
After I wrote my first two cookbooks, so many people asked ‘but where’s the prawn puri recipe?’
Well, here it is! You can judge how good a curry house meal is going to be by their prawn puri. Some chefs simply deep-fry chapattis and call them puris.
They taste good and I highly recommend doing this if you don’t want to go to the effort of making homemade puris.
So if you want to cheat, fry up some chapattis and follow the prawn puri sauce recipe below.
If you want to try this prawn puri recipe the way I love it and make it at home, take some time and make homemade puffy and crispy puris. Here’s my recipe.
This prawn puri recipe is one I have been working on for a while. I would like to include it or one like it in my next cookbook.
I like it because it is really easy to make. Oh… and it just happens to be out of this world amazing!
Prawn puri is one of the most ordered starters at curry houses.
Once you make this easy prawn puri recipe, I think you will want to make it all the time. Many restaurants use pre-cooked prawns. Marinated tandoori prawns, for example add a delicious layer of flavour.
I like to cook this with raw prawns until they are just cooked through.
Here are more curry house curry favourites you might like to try!