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Grilled Prawns using Sukiyaki Sauce with Mayo - Strawberry dip

Sharing my son's favourite dish which is named as "prawn Stick" by him :) The process of the dish is quite simple yet tasty. The prawns are cleaned without discarding the tail part and marinated in the given sauces for a minimum of 45 minutes. More the marination time, the prawns gets the lovely flavour. Though these yummy prawns can be served with any dip, this strawberry dip gives a flavor fight in each bite. The mild tanginess from the dip and spicy taste from prawns compliments each other to give a delicious starter. In this recipe, I have used dried strawberries which can also be substituted with fresh ones.


Ingredients :

40 Medium sized prawns
3 Tbsp Sukiyaki Sauce
1/2 Tbsp Fish Sauce
1/4 Tsp Pepper powder
1 Tsp Wasabi Paste
1 Tsp Lemongrass powder
Oil for grilling

For Dip :

1/2 Cup Mayonnaise ( For extra flavour, use flavoured mayo )
2 Tbsp Sukiyaki sauce
10 Dried Strawberries, Finely chopped
Few finely chopped Mint leaves
A pinch of pepper powder

Method :

Clean the prawns leav…

Chicken Shami Kebabs - Guest Post by Supriya Kutty from www.quichentell.com

I am excited to publish a guest post from a wonderful blogger Supriya Kutty fromquichentell.com. Her webpage is a must visit space, as it is filled with loads of mouthwatering recipes along with a droolworthy pics. She was so generous to send me a few options of recipes for guest post and being a big non - veg lover,  I chose Chicken Shammi Kebab :) This yummy starter made me really drool after seeing her recipe and its already in my "Must do" list. Thank you Supriya for being my special guest on my page :)
Now over to Supriya......
I'm Supriya Kutty, writer, cook, daydreamer, mom to a teen and wife to a military man. My blog www.quichentell.com has food at its soul, served with liberal helpings of ramblings from a life, lived in many cities and a few countries.

Food is powerful. It arouses emotions, creates memories, and connects cultures, peoples and civilizations. It is linked to nature, to the seasons and to life itself at the umbilicus. In my blog I try to explore th…

Vazhaipoo Vadai Kuzhambu / Banana Flower Vadai Kuzhambu

Sharing one of my most favourite kuzhambu prepared using Vazhai poo which I have been relishing from childhood. Still remember those days of fighting with my brother to grab the first set of piping hot vadas. Few foods make us nostalgic and this is one for me :)

Vazhaipoo, which is called Banana flower / Banana Blossoms in English has lots of health benefits too. Though the cleaning part is little tough, there is absolutely no compromise in taste. One of my blogger friend Sujitha from sujithaeasycooking.com had posted the perfect way of cleaning this blossoms. Click HERE to view the detailed video.

This is one of the popular veggie in South Indian cooking in which lots of varieties like Kootu, Poriyal / Stir fry, Vadai, Usli etc can be prepared. In my today's recipe, Vazhaipoo vadai is prepared and soaked in a tangy masala gravy to give a delicious kuzhambu. This goes perfect with hot rice and also can be served with Idly or Dosa. Soaking vada in kuzhambu makes the vadai more tas…

Egg & Rice Baked Muffins

This is one of an interesting and healthy breakfast recipe which is prepared using eggs, bell peppers and rice. Mixed herbs and chilli flakes along with a grated cheese are added as the seasoning to this muffins. In this recipe, I have used three varieties of Bell peppers, since it was given as my secret ingredients by Shobana Keshwani in Shhh Cooking Secretly Challenge group.

According to our February month challenge, we have to choose either Colorful recipe or Fusion cooking. Me and my partner Shobana, an amazing blogger from www.shobhasfoodmazaa.com chose colourful recipes as our theme. Check out her page to view an interesting, healthy and colourful Idlies prepared by her for this theme.

To enhance the flavour in this recipe, variations can also be made by adding garlic powder, shredded chicken, bacon, sausages, veggies like broccoli, mushroom etc. Adjust the quantity of the red chilli flakes according to taste bud and also this can be replaced with finely chopped green chillies…