Prawn cocktails can make an elegant entree at your next dinner party. They look great and are easy to make.
This prawn cocktail has come a long way since the 1970's. Fresh coriander, cucumber, spring onions and chilli give the classic entree a Mexican flavour boost.
The classic prawn cocktail garnished with a tangy tomato sauce, paprika and lemon wedges. A favourite at parties.
A low-fat protein source, prawns provide a good amount of B vitamins. They're also mineral-rich, supplying valuable amounts of phosphorus and magnesium.
A twist on the classically retro prawn cocktail. An easy no cook recipe that will work every time. Kids love it.
Discover for yourself just how good this classic starter is.
This marinade is meant to resemble the classic prawn cocktail sauce and it is so good! You can also cook the prawns under the grill and they'll be great.
A different take on prawn cocktail but so good. You can serve this on little butter lettuce leaves which you roll up like a taco.
You can't really go wrong here - use small sweet prawns where possible and serve them on lettuce with tomato sauce and Tabasco.
Prawns and pineapple are a great combination, fresh, zesty and tropical! You don't have to use the bouquet garni but it adds a nice fragrance.
Also known as Cocktel de Camaron. This dish is the perfect starter or appetiser. It's light, full of flavour and totally moreish. Serve at your next dinner party or get-together.