This recipe originally comes from a very famous cafe in South Mumbai, called Cafe Leopold. Extremely famous among bombay-ites and recently brought to much fame by an unfortunate terror attack that took place on 26th September, 2009, killing several people in this favorite haunt; this cafe still stands unnerved against the rage of terrorism and time, serving some of the best food that you can ever lay your hands on.Simple, steady and full in taste, this recipe still rules the roost of our weekend platters!
- Tiger Prawns (Large) : 15 to 20 piece
- Butter: One Tbsp
- Garlic: 7 large cloves, sliced
- Pepper: 1 tbsp
- Coriander: a handful, julienned
- Salt: to taste
De-vein the prawns, you can keep the tail on if you like. In a non-stick pan, put 1 tbsp of butter and fry the garlic till light brown. Add the prawns and and pepper and fry till they turn into a pretty reddish pink color. Add the coriander and stir for another 2 minutes. Voila- your prawns are ready to serve!