There are numerous Indian shrimp recipes available online, and I've compiled a list of the best of the best.
Many of the alternatives are spicy, and even those that aren't "hot spicy" have lots of traditional Indian spices to brighten up the flavor without adding heat.
Some of the recipes call for shrimp, while others call for prawns. Despite the fact that they are completely different organisms, they will taste nearly identical.
With that in mind, you may easily substitute shrimp for prawns in recipes that call for prawns.
In any case, these Indian shrimp recipes are sure to please.
Prawn balchao is not for the faint of heart since it will burn your mouth.
It's one of the spiciest foods on this list, but it's so delicious that most people can overlook the heat.
If the red chilies are too hot for you, you can reduce their quantity.
Because the recipe calls for 10 or 12, you may cut it in half and save some spice.
The pickling process is the key to getting this meal just right.
The prawns (or shrimp) will be pickled in a zesty, spicy, tomato-based sauce, which will serve as the foundation for the entire dish.
It's saucy, spicy, and delicious when served over rice
This recipe, too, takes just under 30 minutes to prepare and is not difficult to put together.
If you want a lot of heat in your Indian food, you'll like this one.
It contains hot green chilis, ginger, dried red chilis, and other ingredients, so the flavor is hot and spicy.
The tamarind, turmeric, garlic, and curry leaves add an earthy tanginess to the dish, which helps to balance off the spiciness.
The fenugreek also provides a nuttiness to the dish.
If you want an Indian shrimp meal that will give you a flavor explosion on your tongue, spicy Malabar shrimp is the one for you.
First and foremost, I adore the appearance of the prawn korma. The brilliant yellow sauce (thank you, turmeric!) contrasts beautifully with the vibrant green coriander leaves.
The colors are enhanced when combined with bright white rice.
But this 20-minute meal is more than simply its color and beauty. It also tastes great and is quite filling.
The sauce is made with ginger, chilies, coconut, and garlic, and it's sweet, spicy, and tangy all at the same time. In a nutshell, it's Indian cuisine at its finest.
These shrimp and okra kabobs are a quick and easy way to enjoy crisp, crunchy shrimp with something green on the side.
It's one of the simplest recipes on the list, with only oil, curry powder, coriander, a serrano pepper, shrimp, okra, salt, cilantro, and frying spray required.
It has a mild, fresh flavor, and you can adjust the level of spice by adding the serrano pepper, seeds or no seeds.
With only 10 minutes of prep time and 20 minutes of cooking time, you can quickly prepare this spicy shrimp masala supper in under 30 minutes.
Each shrimp is delicate and properly seasoned, with just the right amount of spice to tickle your tongue and tastes.
You can serve them over rice or with naan bread, and their garlic and ginger flavor will keep you going back for more.
If you're looking for an Indian shrimp recipe that's more tangy than spicy, doi chingri is a good choice.
It's a basic recipe with only ten components, most of which have rich, robust flavors but little heat (prawns, curd, mustard paste, onions, sugar, mustard oil, and so on).
It's a thick and creamy dinner that goes great with naan bread or thick, dark slices of rye bread.
This meal is only somewhat spicy, so try it if you want something with a lot of flavor but only a little heat.
The prawns are encased in a creamy, buttery sauce that looks and smells as delicious as it tastes.
To add some color, sprinkle them with salt and coriander leaves.
As with most Indian dishes, it can be served with rice or naan bread, but it also tastes delicious on its own.
If you like crunchy, delicious shrimp with no sliminess, here's another choice.
It contains a variety of rich Indian spices, including ginger paste, curry, fenugreek and mustard seeds, red chili powder, garlic, and others.
It's not particularly hot, but it's excellent, and you can have it on the table in 20 minutes or less.
If you're seeking for a healthier option, the gongura leaves in this recipe are packed with nutrients and interesting health advantages.
They're high in fiber, protein, antioxidants, and minerals, as well as vitamins A, B1, B2, B9, and C.
They will boost hair health, liver health, and other benefits.
So, yes, this is a healthy food, and because it only has 10 ingredients, it's also quick to cook and only takes 35 minutes of your time!
This mild, flavorful, and seasoned 30-minute prawn caldine (but not spicy).
The sauce is thin but creamy, with a faint sweetness from the coconut milk.
It's filling, with prawns and bits of pumpkin, bottle gourd, or cauliflower florets. The food also has a slight tanginess to it.
It's almost soupy if served on its own. You may also serve it over rice for a bit more texture.