Coconut Shrimp for Food of the World

Food of the World is visiting island nation of Aruba. This is a small nation in the Caribbean sea, 18 miles from the north coast of Venezuela. Aruba is one the four countries that forms the kingdom of Netherlands and the residents of all these four countries are Dutch nationals. Aruba has dry climate and […]

Shrimp Taco

Taco is a traditional Mexican food made with tortilla. Filling is placed in the center of the tortilla and folded around the filling. I like tacos for the fact that the filling can be anything from cooked meats, seafood to only veggies and it is easy to put together in no time, depending on the […]

Vietnamese Stuffed Crepes ~ Banh Xeo

I cannot believe we are already on 22nd alphabet V and in 3-4 days our Around the World in 30 Days culinary tour will conclude. Of all the alphabets, V was probably one of the easiest I have done in terms of finding the recipe and cooking it. I did V for Vietnam. One day […]

Kadugu Yerra from Pondicherry

The union territory of Puducherry consists of four small unconnected districts: Pondicherry, Karaikal and Yanam on the Bay of Bengal and Mahé on the Arabian Sea. Pondicherry and Karaikal have the largest areas and population, both as part of Tamil Nadu. Yanam and Mahé are enclaves of Andhra and Kerala respectively. The union territory of […]

Misa Mach Poora (Grilled Shrimp) from Mizoram

Mizoram is one of the seven Northeastern sister states sharing a border with Assam, Manipur, Tripura and an international border with Bangladesh and Burma. Mizoram means “land of the hill people”, mi means people, zo means hill and ram means country. Aizawl is the capital city and people of Mizoram are called the Mizos and […]

Shrimp & Ham Fried Rice

For this week’s Cooking from a Cookbook Challenge, I have my athamma’s (mother-in-law) recipe. She had a dairy in which she noted down recipes from cooking shows, friends and family. This particular recipe, I do not remember if it is from her dairy or I asked her for the recipe. I am guessing it is […]

Beer Batter Shrimp

I have a folder of recipe paper cuttings from newspapers, magazines and some from back of product boxes. Today’s recipe is from a magazine Lady’s Home Journal, December edition from the 90s. I do not know where I got this recipe from as I do not remember ever buying or subscribing to a Lady’s Home […]

Royyala Kura ~ Shrimp Curry

I was thinking of updating some of the old posts with new pictures for quite some time. Last week when I prepared shrimp curry, I thought why not re-post the recipe again? Usually when I cook, I play around with the ingredients and add or omit ingredients depending on my mood. I usually prefer sautéing […]

Sauteed Shrimp

For the third day of blogging marathon, recipe less picture post, I made a very quick and easy appetizer. This sauteed shrimp is cooked in less than 10 minutes. The only tie consuming part of this preparation is peeling & deveining the shrimp but that can easily be taken care of by buying peeled shrimp. […]

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