This weeks #FridayCurryClub is super exciting as I have a special guest cooking with me (in a socially distanced fashion). Alex from a local award winning bakery called The Sussex Kitchen (https://www.instagram.com/the_sussex_kitchen) will be cooking with me to find out what our #FridayCurry Club is all about.
To keep things fun I have put Alex to the test and asked him to come up with an Indian bread (well he is a baker), to go with this zingy, spicy prawn curry and his recipe ingredients are below.
This is also your opportunity to ask him any baking questions, so if you are struggling with your sourdough or your cakes just don't rise this is your chance to pick his brains.
Join us here: https://youtu.be/gTlbrzlyPyY on Friday at 6.15GMT - set the reminder by clicking the bell on YouTube!
This is what you will need:

For the Spicy Prawns:
Marinade:
500g raw king prawns
2 cloves of garlic
3cm piece of ginger
½ tsp turmeric
1 fresh lime

For the Masala:
1 tsp cumin seeds
1 onion, sliced
2 cloves of garlic, sliced
3 tbsp tomato puree
3 green chillies, sliced lengthways
1 tsp coriander seeds, crushed
1 tsp Kashmiri chilli powder
1 tomato, diced
handful of fresh coriander, chopped
squeeze of lime

Bread: Laccha paratha with fennel
300g atta/flour
water
1 tbsp coconut oil
1 tsp fennel seeds
salt

Will you be cooking with us?

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andrewsherman
2 months

@Karen Maria now you know what to expect, there won’t be a shock next time 👍well done for doing it. It all looked nice today I wouldn’t have lasted until 19:40 for food, too hungry by then.

Karen Maria
2 months

@andrewsherman well that was a mad rush! I wasn’t as prepped as I would have liked to be and then it was full steam ahead when you do not have a personal Sous Chef! But I survived and enjoyed every minute of it!

Helenanastakis
2 months

What can I use if I could not find fennel seeds?

Helenanastakis
2 months

I think crushed coriander seed is my new favorite fragrance!!!

Kal Jalil
2 months

Forgot to buy coconut oil, what can I use instead?

Helenanastakis
2 months

Yes ..... I am very excited to be cooking with you and all your friends around the 🌎 world today.

andrewsherman
2 months

@Karen Maria good luck with the first time. Prepare everything before and you’ll be okay. I’m watching today, I’ve seen The Curry Guy do paratha so am looking forward to watching this and eventually trying it, maybe tomorrow.

Karen Maria
2 months

@andrewsherman yup. I did the same and panicked as I didn’t have a small pan to fruit in or enough oil. Thankfully not making these today. 🙀 cooking live today for the first time so have to get my act together and defrost those prawns

Hari Ghotra
2 months

@andrewsherman I have faith in you!!

Hari Ghotra
2 months

@fletchyp plain flour will be fine too

Hari Ghotra
2 months

@Salma Khatun yes these are made with plain flour too

andrewsherman
2 months

@Hari Ghotra no confusion, probably hopeful. Looking forward to the paratha, I’m feeling a prize winning paratha 😂

Hari Ghotra
2 months

@andrewsherman the recipe is prawn poori but we are only doing the prawn element this time - so if I confused you!

Salma Khatun
2 months

@Hari Ghotra can I use plain flour instead of atta?

Hari Ghotra
2 months

@Salma Khatun if it’s your first one it can be a bit stressful until you get into the swing of things so I suggest you get things chopped and ready so you are not panicking for the first one.

elisabethjohl
2 months

@ninahjoyner Oyster mushrooms are soo good
I think they would work good

Debbie Gorman
2 months

@Hari Ghotra happily you did!!

Debbie Gorman
2 months

@fletchyp you can use half plain flour and half wholemeal but sieve the wholemeal first . I forgot the other week when we made puri and they were tough🙈😟.

Salma Khatun
2 months

@Hari Ghotra Before the curry club goes live do I need to make sure all the ingredients are cut and ready? I’m assuming I just get the prawns washed, cleaned and ready and we do everything else with you?

fletchyp
2 months

Hi Hari/all. I’m all spiced up and ready to go, but I have one question. Can I use normal plain flour instead of “atta” ? Will it make a difference to the taste/texture? Looking forward to Friday :)