Kooni Meen is named for Baby prawn, These baby prawn taste awe.. this curry can be done in fresh baby prawn or in a Dried one which i did, but the procedure is kind of same to prepare..
In home town we can’t find this often in market, but the dried can be available in all time..
fresh one taste great, but only in season we can find them.. i love this Dry baby prawn a lot, they won’t smell much fishy.. they have a unique taste which i can’t explain in words.. these kind of fry/thooran are my grandma’s recipe, she used to consume lot of greens around the home.. atleast two to three times a week she get some spinach or vegetables around her kitchen garden, that’s why she can able to manage 5 kids in home.. Hope this post will help you guys to learn about a village style drumstick fry, and I’m sure this is great dish to relish.. This is my “Day 32 of B365″
Some more Related Recipes
- Drumstick leaves Thooran
- Drumstick leaves Koottu
- Drumstick leaves Egg Fry
- Drumstick Leaves Dhal curry
- Baby prawn fry/Kooni karuvadu thooran
- Brinjal and dry baby prawn curry/ Kathirikaai Kooni koottu