Taste Your Food

An unforgettable oceanic recipe with prawns

Lately have you tried out seafood recipes for a culinary exploration? Well it seems like your tummy has started calling for the seas because it has become bored of the conventional menus that comprise turkeys, beef and pork. The one thing that fascinates your appetite is seafood, because your culinary expertise knows no bound when you lay your hands on ocean picks, very much like an endless journey across the waters. So, it can be prawns for sumptuous lunch meal, what say? You can just explore this fantastic recipe in your own kitchen and surprise yourself and your family with its amazing flavor.

This spicy recipe simply bursts into a delectable flavor and comes in a full package of chili and garlic to induce metabolism. Give it a try, spicy garlic and chili prawns are yummy.


King sized prawns (deveined and peeled), 15

Lime juice and zest of 3 lemons

Chili flakes, 3/4th tablespoon

Olive oil, 2 tablespoon

A hint of salt

Garlic cloves (finely chopped), 2

Zest and juice of 2 oranges


Take a food processor to blend the orange extracts, lime extracts and chili flakes with garlic, salt and olive oil. Make sure the blend is smooth.

Take the prawns in a medium sized bowl and pour in the citrus marinade on them. Let prawns get soaked the marinade for about 20 minutes at normal temperature.

Next, take a frying pan and heat oil in it. Now, fry the prawns until each of their sides turn pink and opaque. Spoon the leftover portion of the marinade for an added flavor. Wow!! Your seafood recipe is ready to be served.


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This entry was posted on August 29, 2012 by in Uncategorized.
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