Ever Heard of This Dish – Sasuji no Ambar no Lodhi per no Patio?

Sasuji no Ambar no Lodhi per no Patio

Sasuji Nu Jheenjo is a must-try delicacy and is an integral part of the Parsi culture from which it originates. With sweet and spicy flavours and a thick texture, this dish is known for its delectable taste, aroma, and richness, among other things.

Sasuji no ambar no lodhi per no patio literally translates to ‘mother-in-law’s shrimp cooked on an iron skillet’.

This dish is easy to prepare if you have an authentic easy-to-follow recipe like the one we’ve included in this recipe. It’s a great dish to make for Parsi New Year to feed the family and if you’re married, perhaps impress the mum-in-law.

What is Sasuji Nu Jheenjo? 

Sasuji Nu Jheenjo is a popular dish mostly cooked in Parsi households. Originally from Iran, Sasuji Nu Jheenjo is a flavoursome amalgamation of spices, vegetables and herbs. The spices are ground fresh, giving it the much-needed flavour and essence of typical Parsi culture.

The prawns are cooked with onions, tomatoes, and beans and sauteed with ingredients like cumin powder and ginger/garlic paste. Both prawns and beans bind well together, offering this dish a remarkable taste. It is served with raita and well-cooked coconut-flavoured rice. One can also have it with bread or naan.

Licious Prawns 

At Licious, we have a wide variety of fresh prawns that can be delivered right to your doorstep. Our fish and seafood are from the day’s catch and never frozen. To retain freshness, all our meats and seafood are temperature controlled between 0-4°C. Additionally, they undergo over 150 safety and quality checks.

These prawns are ideal for curries, baked appetisers, or even biryani if you prefer fleshy, boneless seafood that requires minimum effort to eat. Our expert meat technicians de-shell, devein and clean the prawns so they are ready to use straight out of the pack upon arrival.

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Recipe to prepare Parsi Prawn Patio
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Parsi
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Parsi
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Take 1 cup of mustard oil in an iron skillet and heat it nicely to remove/reduce the pungency.
  2. Add the whole black peppercorns, cumin seeds, mustard seeds, garlic cloves and fennel seeds and let them begin to crackle.
  3. Add the onions and stir fry them until golden brown.
  4. Add the Parsi masala mix to the onions and fry until red.
  5. Once the masala is fried, add the shrimps/prawns and lower the flame.
  6. When the shrimps are soft add the raw chopped mango, green chillies and coriander.
  7. Keep stirring till the mango pieces soften and are well blended with the prawns and onion masala.
  8. Check for salt and garnish with fresh mint before serving.
Recipe Notes

If this recipe has successfully tingled your taste buds, it's time to try it at home. Use the recipe suggested by Licious and treat yourself to something delicious this Parsi New Year. Don't forget to tag us on Instagram using #MadeWithLicious

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