Garlic King Prawns 🍤. Things might get pretty simple sometimes but sometimes that's just what a person needs. I hope you like my recipe for. A quick and easy Simple King Prawn, Garlic & Chilli Linguine recipe, from our authentic Italian cuisine collection.
For us, fresh whole prawns are best eaten in one of two (and polar opposite!) ways: simply blanched so you can enjoy their natural sweetness, or intoxicated with flavour. The King Prawns should only take a couple of minutes to cook all the way through, you'll know when they are cooked because they go a nice pink colour. I like to keep this one really simple so that the Garlic King Prawns are the star of the show, a handful of mixed lettuce lightly dressed, and some. You can have Garlic King Prawns 🍤 using 13 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Garlic King Prawns 🍤
- Prepare 500 g of King Prawns.
- You need 5-6 of Garlic Cloves.
- Prepare 1 inch of Ginger (optional).
- You need 2 of Spring Onions for garnish.
- Prepare to taste of Salt.
- You need 1 Tbsp of Oil.
- Prepare 1 Tbsp of Butter.
- It’s 2 Tbsp of Red Wine.
- You need 2 Tbsp of Water.
- It’s 1 Tsp of Mixed Herbs.
- Prepare of For Sauce.
- Prepare 3 Tbsp of Soysauce.
- Prepare 2 of Green Chillies.
Remove garlic, chilli and prawns from pan and set aside. Place pan back over medium-high heat and add tomatoes, stock and herbs. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Add prawns back to pan and toss well to coat.
Garlic King Prawns 🍤 instructions
- Wash, trim and peel the prawns. Snap the head off and devain the prawns..
- Add oil in to the Nonstick pan. Let the oil heat up and add butter. Once butter is melted, Sautés the prawns until they cooked. Add garlic and ginger. Cook until they light brown. Add herbs, salt and wine. Give it gentle stirr. Add some water. Let it simmer for few mins..
- For the sauce: put 3 tbsp of soy sauce in to little bowl and chopped chillies. Mix it together..
- Take the prawns off the heat. Serve them with boiled basmati rice and garnish with spring onions..
Remove prawn heads and cut away the legs, then slit the backs of the prawns lengthwise with a sharp knife. Devein, then place the prawns in a bowl. Add the remaining ingredients and mix to combine. Garlic prawns are a Chinese restaurant classic, and growing up in South Australia my little sister would always order these. They are full of nutrients and vitamins, and are also benefiting from a great flavour given by the garlic.