Dried red chillies, mixed spices, vinegar, salt, sunflower oil
One tablespoon of this masala can be used to make 500gms of fish or 1 kg of chicken
Wash the prawns or fish thoroughly to get rid of unwanted dirt and gunk and drain all water. Marinate the prawns or fish with turmeric powder and salt and keep it aside for 10 minutes. In a saucepan, heat ghee on high flame, add onions and ginger-garlic paste and sauté well till onions are translucent. Add Lily Aunty’s Goan Ambotik Curry Masala (you can use more if you like spicy food) and cook the masala well, add water, bring the curry to a boil, and cook till the oil floats on top. Add marinated prawns or fish and cook for 15 minutes or till its done. Add salt to taste.
If you want to use chicken, cook it for 20 minutes on slow flame after the first boil.
Serve Prawns or Fish Ambot Tik Curry piping hot with steamed rice or sannas.
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