Garlic Prawns – Desi Style

I made Garlic Prawns for the first time ever. I don’t really cook at home and this blog post is about another recipe of my Mum’s I am cooking for the first time. On the very rare chance I get told to my Prawns, I just make prawn curry with a thick masala base. However, for you wonderful readers I tried to make Garlic Prawns with a Desi tweak.

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This recipe is actually quite simple. Before I start on the actual review I thought I would explain Garlic Prawns a little bit. So after a little research, I found out that Garlic Prawns is a Spanish dish. The original dish contains primarily garlic, prawn/shrimp and olive oil. Drizzle of lemon juice and sprinkle an of paprika. Bam an awesome and delicious dish.

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Now to make this dish, you simply just toss onion and garlic in oil and then add prawns and cook it off. Now for the Desi style. I just added a little spice. I cooked off the spice in the oil and towards the end, I sprinkled some spring onion fresh from my Mum’s garden.

I should have peeled off the shell. I just took off the head and removed the guts and all. I don’t know. This dish is really easy to make. Mum kindly make some Indian bread. My Indian bred don’t turn out the proper circle or square shape so I just don’t bother.

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As always, thank you for being the Samosauce to my Garam Samosa!!!

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Sorry for the short blog post but there isn’t much to say about Garlic Prawns 🙂 .

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