December 22, 2019
2 hrs 15 mins
2 hrs 35 mins
2 cups full cream milk
1t curry powder
Pinch saffron (crushed and soaked in a a T of warm water for 10mins, while you prep other ingredients)
18 large green/raw prawns
(extra T of cornflour in reserve)
1Whisk milk, 2T cornflour, curry and saffron together and cook in 1.5L slow cooker for 2hrs on low
2Whisking occasionally to keep lump free
3After 2hrs if not thick enough add the extra T of cornflour (made into a slurry with a T of tap water) to really thicken up your curry roux – if needed.
4Add raw prawns and cook for a further 15 minutes on high or until prawns are cooked through and changed colour
5Serve on rice as an entrée or main
6(not spicy so you can add more curry if you like some heat in yours)
Submitted by Paulene Christie
June 16, 2021
Thank you will try tonight
If adding cooked prawns Marolyn I would add them at the same time and just cook until they heated through then serve 🙂
June 15, 2021
Hi Paulene can I use cooked prawns? If so when would I put them in. Thank you
May 10, 2021
I’ve made this and it’s really easy and delicious. I added more milk and then rice. It was beautiful.
April 26, 2021
What size slow cooker are you using Shelley – that can make a difference to your cooking times to thicken etc
Are your prawns fresh or frozen or?
Have you considered increasing your cornflour to an extra spoon if you are finding yours still not thickened enough in your cooker?
April 24, 2021
I have tried it twice and it has not worked for me. Followed to a t and still runny water sauce and just not nice. So disappointed I really like the look of yours. I suck at this cooking game
March 29, 2021
Thanks so much for letting me know that was missing!
Fixed now 🙂
It’s low for that first stage x
March 26, 2021
This looks really delicious, is the recipe cooked on high the whole time or just the last 15 min when the prawns go in?
Sorry if it’s a silly question but I want to make sure I do it right lol, it doesn’t say high or low for the first 2 hours of cooking.
October 12, 2020
Thank you Paulene
August 4, 2020
Any firm white fillet I think would work (cut into pcs) but of course just be aware cooking time may vary once you add them so just check on them to see
August 3, 2020
What other fish can you use if you don’t have Prawns
May 29, 2020
I’ve not done it myself but I can’t see why not Carolyn 🙂
May 28, 2020
This looks fabulous! Just wondering whether I can replace the full cream milk with say Coconut Milk as I cannot have too much dairy? Thanks ❤
April 11, 2020
That’s right Scott … T is tablespoon, t is teaspoon
April 9, 2020
Is the ‘T’ for Tablespoon??
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