Shrimp Curry

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This Indian Shrimp Curry is paleo, dairy-free and delicious!! Recipe by Ashley of MyHeartBeets.com

My hubby’s mom makes AWESOME shrimp curry – it’s rich, creamy, spicy and sweet. It’s a simple recipe that’s simply fantastic and today, I’m going to share that recipe with you.

Whenever we visit Rob’s fam, my mother-in-law will cook a delicious Keralite feast.

For those that don’t know, Kerala is a state in India located along the Malabar coast. As you might imagine, seafood is a big part of their cuisine.

Rob and I are both observing Lent and since we’re not eating meat on Fridays, I HAVE to have dinner ready by the time he gets off work. Why? Because if I don’t… Roby will go to McDonalds and order their fish sandwich (filet o’ fish…). I can’t understand why, but he loves that place and he loves that square shaped fish sandwich. The great thing about this shrimp curry is that it’s a quick and easy dish to whip up. The only thing that takes time with this dish is browning the onions – but I prep the rest of my ingredients while I brown the onions – so it all works out.

To make this dish, cook the shrimp and set it aside. Then, add onions, curry leaves and a thai bird chili pepper to the saute pan. Once the onions turn golden, add the ginger, garlic and spices – then the tomatoes. Add the coconut milk and the shrimp – and viola, you’ve got good food.

This Indian Shrimp Curry is paleo, dairy-free and delicious!! Recipe by Ashley of MyHeartBeets.com

Enjoy this shrimp curry. It’s fantastic and you’re going to love it. Want more tasty Indian recipes? Then check out my eBook: South Asian Persuasion: 100+ Paleo Indian Recipes.

Shrimp Curry

This Indian Shrimp Curry is paleo, dairy-free and delicious!! Recipe by Ashley of MyHeartBeets.com

Shrimp Curry

5 from 6 reviews
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Ingredients
 

Make Shrimp

  • 1 tbs Coconut Oil
  • ½ tsp salt
  • ¼ tsp freshly cracked black pepper
  • 1 lb wild caught shrimp

Make Curry

Instructions
 

  • In a saute pan, add 1 tbs coconut oil on medium heat.
  • Add shrimp, salt and pepper – cook until done, then set aside.
  • Drain any water in the pan, then add another 1 tbs coconut oil, onions, curry leaves and thai bird chilies to pan on medium low heat. stirring occasionally.
  • When the onions turn golden brown, add ginger and garlic. After a minute, add the spices and tomatoes.
  • Once the tomatoes get soft, add coconut milk. Cook for five minutes then add shrimp.
  • Enjoy!

Notes

Please note – you cannot replace curry leaves with curry powder – they are NOT at all the same thing.
Also, you don’t have to eat the curry leaves, they just provide the dish with a ton of flavor 🙂
If you use cayenne instead of the Kashmiri chili, you’ll want to use a little less and you’ll want to add paprika for color.
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  1. Addie says

    5 stars
    Hello – I’m not sure this got posted so I’ll repeat it: this is not the recipe I made, I made the 1 Minute Shrimp curry using your onion masala. That said, the review still stands! 😊

  2. Addie says

    5 stars
    Hello! My husband and I loved this sauce; however, I got the dork of the day award by not noticing that the shrimp I bought were labeled “Easy-Peel” and not “Peeled”. As a result, we ended up eating the shrimp with our fingers since we had to peel them first! 😂😂 Very messy but delicious 😋

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