Kumro-Chingri'r Dalna(Pumpkin and Prawn Curry)
Kumro-Chingri'r Dalna(Pumpkin and Prawn Curry)

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Bengali Chingri Kumror Dalna or Jhol is a popular and traditional dish in West Bengal made with prawns and pumpkin. This is a relatively easy recipe that. #foreating #makeforeating A bengali delicacy with pumpkin and prawns, I got this kumro chingri recipe form my mother, And its yummy. Kumro-chingri'r dalna is a warm, mellow, hearty Bengali-style prawn curry with some nutritious pumpkin thrown in for good measure. The Bengali prawn and pumpkin curry, known as kumro-chingri'r jhol or kumro-chingri'r dalna, is a light preparation best made with small-sized.

To begin with this recipe, we must first prepare a few components. You can cook kumro-chingri'r dalna(pumpkin and prawn curry) using 19 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.

The ingredients needed to make Kumro-Chingri'r Dalna(Pumpkin and Prawn Curry):
  1. Get 250 gms Prawns(shelled and deveined)
  2. Make ready 300 grams Pumpkin(peel divide in 5cm cubes)
  3. Get 150 grams Potatoes (cut in 4cm cubes)
  4. Prepare 20 gms Tomatoes (chopped)
  5. Get 2 green chillies
  6. Get 2 Dried red chillies
  7. Prepare 2 Bay leaves
  8. Get 2 Cardamoms
  9. Prepare 1 pc Cinnamon
  10. Take 1 pc Cloves
  11. Get 1/4 tsp Cumin seeds
  12. Prepare 1/2 tsp Cumin powder
  13. Prepare 1/2 tsp Coriander powder
  14. Make ready 1/4 tsp Red chilli powder
  15. Make ready 1 tsp Ginger paste
  16. Take 1 tsp Ghee
  17. Get 35 grams Mustard oil
  18. Take 15 grams Sugar
  19. Take 10 grams salt

From just boiled pumpkin with a dash of mustard and salt with warm white rice or Generally pumpkin is used in vegetarian curries, but exceptions make the rule. A post in BongMom Cookbook website compelled me to try this recipe. The curry also contains pumpkin (kumro) and potatoes in chunky cubes. Pumpkin is truly the ultimate carrier for sweet, spicy, tart, savoury flavour combinations.

Instructions to make Kumro-Chingri'r Dalna(Pumpkin and Prawn Curry):
  1. Heat mustard oil until smoking gently. Now fry marinated prawns on medium heat for 1minute, don't overfry, set aside. Fry pumpkin and potatoes lightly in the same oil for few minutes, set aside.
  2. Now temper with dried red chillies, bay leaves, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and cumin seeds. Now add chopped tomatoes and fry for two minutes. Then add cumin powder, coriander powder, red chilli powder, ginger paste and salt. Mix all the masala very well, saute until raw smell is gone.
  3. Now add fried pumpkin and potatoes.When spices dry out add a splash of water and continue frying. Then add fried prawns. Saute with the spices for 2minutes. Now add one cup hot water and sugar.
  4. Cover until potatoes are tender. Add slit green chillies, ghee. Turn off heat, cover and rest. Serve with hot rice.

The curry also contains pumpkin (kumro) and potatoes in chunky cubes. Pumpkin is truly the ultimate carrier for sweet, spicy, tart, savoury flavour combinations. Kumro aar Chingri Macher Torkari or Pumpkin and. In summer and rainy seasons, kumro or pumpkin is grown in the Bengal region. First cut the pumpkin greens or kumro saag into small pieces.

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