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Samarachi Kodi/Suki Sungata Kodi

Main Samarachi Kodi/Suki Sungata Kodi Ingredients

1 Tin dry prawns
2 Big onions
1/2 Scraped coconut
1 Small Ball Tamarind
1 Tomato
Salt to taste

Samarachi Kodi/Suki Sungata Kodi Masala Ingredients:

1/2 Coconut
6 - 8 Kashmiri Chillies

1/2 Orange Flower (Jaipatri)

1/2 Daggad phool (Star Anise)
1/2 Teaspoon Mace (Javitri)
1 Teaspoon Turmeric powder
2 Pieces of Cinnamon
1/4 Teaspoon Methi seeds
3 - 4 Pepper corns
6 Cloves
1 Small Onion
2 Teaspoon Corriander seeds
6 Flakes of Garlic
1 Inch Ginger
A pinch of Jeera

So now that you've got your ingredients ready lets start making our Samarachi Kodi. Roast the half scraped coconut with the small onion and haldi powder
While thats getting done, clean the dry prawns by removing their heads if there are any and soak. You also need to soak the small ball of tamarind in water.

When the coconut is roasted, roast all the masala ingredients and grind.

Getting your Samarachi Kodi Masala was relatively simple, the only thing is this recipe requires a few unique ingredients as compared to what we have used in our other Goan recipes so far.

Keep the Masala aside, chop the onions, tomato, ginger, your prawns should be well soaked by now.

Get your coconut milk ready, if you have been following our recipes you would know how to do that by now :)

Sauté the onions till slightly brown.

Add the ginger and the big tomato and continue to fry

Add the soaked dry prawns, don't add the water only the prawns.

Keep frying for a while.

Then add the Samarachi Kodi masala along with the Tamarind water.

Depending on how thick you want your curry add the coconut milk
To give it a little more tangy taste you can add some raw mango to the dish.

Remember you are already adding tamarind water so according to your taste buds.

So there you have it, your Samarachi Kodi should be ready in a bit.

Enjoy eating it with hot rice and pickle on a cold rainy day.