Julie loves prawns so this tasty dish which can be whipped up and on the table in less than 15 minutes is a real winner!
Pan Fried King Prawns with Lime
175g pack raw king prawns
two cloves of garlic
two spring onions, chopped
fresh coriander, chopped
fresh parsley, chopped
half a fresh lime
Melt the butter over a medium heat and gently saute the garlic and spring onions
Add the chopped fresh herbs together with the raw prawns and a good squeeze of the fresh lime and continue to saute for about four minutes, until the prawns turn bright pink. Add black pepper to taste.
The prawns will then be thoroughly cooked through
Carefully pile the prawns onto a bed of fresh salad leaves, making sure you also pour over the tasty juices from the pan. Add another squeeze of fresh lime, a sprig of two of fresh coriander and a glass of red and stand back to await the compliments …….
This is a quick dish for supper which only takes about 15 minutes tops to rustle up …. including cooking! This is one of Julie’s favourites
Ingredients: (serves one hungry person or two as a starter)
Round Camembert cheese, boxed
Drizzle of olive oil
Fresh basil leaves
Fresh salad – lettuce, cucumber, tomato, onion
You can also add a sprig of fresh thyme into the slit if you want
Heat oven to 180 degrees
Simply remove the lid and the cellophane wrapping from the camembert and place the boxed cheese on to a baking tray. Cut a slit across the cheese and drizzle olive oil inside the slit. Add torn fresh basil leaves and put the tray into oven. Bake for approx 10/15 minutes at 180 degrees, gas mark 4/5 or until cheese has browned slightly on top and the inside is hot and runny.
While the cheese is cooking, whip up a small salad.
Serve the baked camembert straight from the box on a plate, surrounded by salad. I’ve added some sliced mushrooms and garlic lightly fried in butter. Sorted!