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Royyalu vepudu

Jun 11th, 2006 | By | Category: All Recipes, Non-Veg Recipes, Prawn Recipes, Sides & Stir Fry's

royyalu vepudu, suresh’s favorite 🙂

Royyalu vepudu (Prawn fry)

Andhra royyalu vepudu, a lip smacking sea food dish made with onions and Indian spices, always proves to be a good hit during parties. A simple and easy dish to prepare.


Prawns – 500 gms
onions – 10 (finely chopped)
green chillies – 10
water – 2 cups
curry leaves – 2 sprigs
turmeric powder – 1 tb sp
chillie powder – 3 tb sps

salt to taste.
oil – 3 tb sps

poppy seeds – 3 tb sps (gasagasalu)
cloves – 3 (lavangalu)
elaichi – 1 (cardamom)
dalchini – 1 small stick
ginger – 1 inch piece
garlic – 3 cloves
dhaniyalu – 1 tb sp (coriander seeds)
jeera – 1 tsp

1. Grind poppy seeds, cloves, elaichi, dalchini, ginger, garlic, dhaniyalu,and jeera to smooth paste and set aside.


2. Remove the shell of prawns, add 1 tsp of turmeric and 1 tsp of salt. wash them well with lots of water (about 6 to 7 times). Drain water and set aside.
3. Add ground masala paste, chillie powder, a pinch of turmeric, 1 tbsp of salt to washed prawns and mix well.

4. Add 2 cups of water and boil them in high flame, stirring in between till water dissolves.

5. Heat oil in a kadhai, add curry leaves, green chillies, onions and cook till soft.

6. Add boiled prawns to onions and mix well. Adjust salt and chillie powder accordingly. cook on medium to low flame for about 5 mts stirring occassionally.

7. Serve hot with rice.

Adding boiled prawns to fried onion

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  1. Brilliant!I love prawns and so does my hubby,I have to make this Sowjanya!It looks delicious!

  2. Nice recipe, Thota.

  3. Thota..
    Thank you for your recipes!!

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