Made with dry baby shrimp cooked in Goan flavors, this dish will take you straight to the monsoons of Goa. Dry fish substitutes fresh fish during the monsoons when fishing is banned and the availability of fresh fish is minimal.
1. Galmo is a term used to describe small baby shrimp that is usually found prior to monsoons in the Goan markets. Wash the galmo thoroughly with water at least 3 times to remove any sand residue.
2. Cut the onion, raw mango/potatoes, green chillies, garlic and desiccated coconut and keep aside.
3. Place the pot with shrimp on the gas with medium flame. Add in the above mentioned ingredients.
4. Add in the turmeric, red chili powder, coriander powder, cumin powder, garam masala powder, and salt.
5. Stir, cover and let it cook for 15 minutes.
6. Add in the finely chopped coriander leaves and kokum.
7. Cover and cook till it comes to a boil. Enjoy hot with rice or pav (Goan bread)