Andhra Royallu Iguru ~ Prawns Curry


Today I am sharing with you a family favorite sea food dish, Andhra Royyala Iguru, a simple fresh prawn curry preparation in sauteed onions and Indian spices. Andhra Royallu Iguru is a sea food curry recipe from Andhra where fresh prawns are cooked in onions and Indian spices and masala resulting in a very tasty curry preparation!

Andhra royalla iguru

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 Serves: 5

 Main Ingredients:

  •  prawns

 Ingredients

  •   500 gms prawns shelled, de-veined and cleaned
  •   1 large onion finely chopped
  •   1 medium tomato chopped
  •   10 curry leaves
  •   1 tbsp ginger garlic paste
  •   3 green chillies slit length wise
  •   1 tsp chilli pwd
  •   1/3 tsp turmeric pwd
  •   1 tsp coriander pwd
  •   ½ tsp cumin pwd
  •   1/4 tsp garam masala pwd
  •   salt to taste
  •   2 tbsp oil
  •   chopped coriander leaves for garnish

Method for making Andhra royalla iguru

Heat 2 tbsp oil in a heavy bottomed vessel. Add the chopped onion and green chillis and fry till transparent. Add the ginger-garlic paste and curry leaves and fry for a minute. Add chopped tomatoes and fry for another 3 minutes.
Add turmeric pwd, coriander pwd, cumin pwd and chilli pwd. Mix well.
Add the cleaned prawns, salt and mix well. Cook on medium heat for 5 minutes. Now add 1 cup of water and cook further covered with lid for 5-7 minutes on medium heat. Add garam masala pwd and mix well. Turn off heat and garnish with chopped coriander/cilantro leaves. Serve hot with steamed white rice or chapatis/rotis.

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Today I am sharing with you a family favorite sea food dish, Andhra Royallu Iguru, a simple fresh prawn curry preparation in sauteed onions and Indian spices. Andhra Royallu Iguru is a sea food curry recipe from Andhra where fresh prawns are cooked in onions and Indian spices and masala resulting in a very tasty curry preparation!
  • http://mtastes.blogspot.com/ Lera

    Wow, what a treat for the New year!! It’s soooooo appetising-Just can’t resist the Royalla Iguru ! Sailu,Thanks for the awesome treat to my eyes!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/5482074 rums

    sailu congrats on the new template, i especially like the font!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13967157 Melissa CookingDiva

    Good morning Sailu! Dates are dear to my heart. I remember when I was a teenager I would eat a whole 1 pound box of dates at the time. I was hungry I guess. Happy new year 🙂

  • http://www.thecookingadventuresofchefpaz.blogspot.com/ paz

    Oh, yum! You always have the most appetizing recipes!

    This New Year, one of the things I’m thankful for is you and your blog!

    Best wishes,
    Paz

  • Latha

    Hi Sailu,

    Happy New Year! I made your recipe for royyala iguru last night and enjoyed it very much. I usually make this curry with a bit of coconut and gasagasalu and never add tomato but decided to make it your way for dinner. It was very good and will definitely be one of the ways I will cook royyalu from now on. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

  • sailu

    Happy New Year,Latha.I do prepare Royallu with coconut and gasagasaalu paste also and enjoy that flavor too..:)

  • http://www.habits.in suresh

    hi sailu garu,
    mee recipes amoogham n adbhutham…keep up the good work…
    i feel ur blog is one of the best in terms of content, the way u organise the recipe, the flow.. i remember some recipes have step by step pictures on how to cook stuff too…
    u rock

  • JENNIFER

    I REALLY WOULD LIKE SOME BISCUIT AND CAKE RECIPES

  • siri

    Hi sailu garu
    i’m new to this website . found in google search , the curry came out really good thanks you very much.

  • http://gmail.com sharonmanoharan

    nenu cooking ki kotta,but royyalu koora meedi chae baga kudirindi.nenu australia vachi 1 1/2 year ayyindi.ide vandadam first time prawns,baga kudirindi,ma husband ki chala nachindi prati sari meede vandamannaru.but ikkada time ekkuva padutundi cook avvadaniki.chala thanks.but 1 doubt garam masala annaru andulo gasalu veyyala.if u dont mind can u tell me masala materiel & quantity so that i can prepare at home.keep doing.its great.nalaga unnavariki idi ento use avutundi.ma husband prawns inka bayata tinadam manesaru.thank u once again.

  • Lydia

    Hey Sailu,

    I just tried this recipe and it turned out fantastic as usually your recipes do. Thanks for sharing, my husband loves Andra food and I am from Maharashtra. So, I’m learning Andra cooking from you and loving it.
    Thanks again for such a lovely blog.

    Lydia

  • Pravallika

    hi sailu garu,I follow your website regularly.but I’m disappointed with this recipe,as you posted it as Andhra royalla iguru,but its not the authentic way.Your recipe is more North Indian than andhra.

  • http://www.facebook.com/varnasisampath Sampath Kumar

    We have prepared using above Prawn iguru…. so good….every one enjoyed while eating