|Alternative names||Prawn curry|
|Region or state||Southeast Asia, Lusophone|
|Associated national cuisine||Burmese, Indonesian, Indo-Portuguese, Mozambican, and Thai cuisines|
|Main ingredients||Shrimp and aromatics|
Shrimp curry (Portuguese: caril de camarão, Indonesian: 'gulai udang or kari udang), also known as prawn curry, is a typical curry dish of Burmese cuisine, Indonesian cuisine in Indonesia (Aceh and West Sumatra), Indo-Portuguese cuisine in India (Goa) and Portugal, Mozambican cuisine in Mozambique and Thai cuisine in Thailand (Phuket).
As the name suggests, this is a dish prepared with shrimp (locally also referred to as prawn), typically cooked in a thick sauce of a yellow hue. Among other ingredients are grated coconut, turmeric, cumin, coriander, chilli, onion, garlic, tamarind, vinegar, sugar and salt. It is usually accompanied by white rice.
- Caril de camarão com quiabos (shrimp curry with okra) in the Portuguese Wikipedia
- List of shrimp dishes
- "Cermin Bangsa". Netralnews (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2021-01-13.
|Northern Thai dishes|
|Southern Thai dishes|