Check out all our great recipes for prawns including garlic prawns, chilli prawns, barbecue prawns, prawns in pasta and prawns in salads just to mention a few!
Prawns cooked with onion and garlic, seasoned with parsley, Worcestershire sauce and white wine. Tossed with thin angel hair pasta and Parmesan cheese.
This takes a little time, but there's nothing like fresh prawns stewed with vegetables and chilli. Serve over rice for a Cajun feast.
This is a Peruvian ceviche which uses tilapia. If you can't find tilapia, use any other light white fish.
Large prawns that are dusted with flour then fried in hot oil. They are then heated until just warm in a simmering sauce of reduced white wine and lemon juice.
The secret to making a good seafood risotto is to use a great fish stock and of course the freshest seafood you can find. Cook the shellfish and rice separately, as rice needs more time and the shellfish would overcook and get chewy. Replace prawns and scallops with calamari, clams or mussels if you prefer.
Mussels and prawns are simmered in a tomato-based sauce with a little sourness from sauerkraut. A big hit with seafood fans.
Laksa is a delicious coconut curry soup with rice noodles, vegetables and prawns. Adjust the spices to your own taste or let your guests do it.
This is a delicate Thai style thick soup with coconut milk and prawns, tasty and exotic. I prefer to use large green prawns.
Just like spring rolls but these use bean curd sheets, also known as tofu skin, instead of spring roll wrappers.
The contrast between sweet peas and salty prawns is what makes this risotto so very tasty. If the prawns are too large, cut them in half.