by Alison Stuart
My family’s favourite ‘get together’ food are curry lunches with everyone contributing their favourite dish to the table. I lived the early part of my life in Kenya where there was a large Indian population and one of my earliest memories is the smell of spices in the Indian ‘bazaar’. In more recent years I lived for 3 years in Singapore where I expanded my repertoire of curry recipes through the teaching of a genial Indian lady, Kirti. This is one of Kirti’s recipes and now a firm family favourite.
While it is not exactly ‘seasonal’, I think it would do very nicely on a Christmas table. Apart from the essential ingredient being prawns, its tomato base gives it a gorgeous colour.
KIRTI’S CHILI PRAWN MASALA
(for 3-4 people – I always make double quantities)
- 500g unshelled green prawns
- 2 large onions (cut lengthwise)
- 2 medium…
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