Prawn starters

Discover mouthwatering prawn starter recipes that will tantalize your taste buds. Try these delectable dishes to begin your meal on a flavorful note.
Gambas Pil Pil is a tantalising dish of sautéed prawns in olive oil, infused with paprika, garlic and chilli. The prawns are succulent and juicy, and the chilli and garlic give them a delicious kick. Perfect as part of a tapas meal with friends or family, or as a starter for a more formal dinner. Garlic and Chilli prawns are easy to prepare and cook in a pan. Delicious served with bread to dip into the oil. Ribe, Thermomix, Prawns Appetizers, Gambas Pil Pil, Easy Prawn Recipes, Chilli Garlic Prawns, Dinner Party Starters, Starter Dishes, Prawns Recipe

Gambas Pil Pil is a Spanish tapas dish. King prawns cooked in olive oil, featuring paprika, garlic, and chilli. The prawns are juicy, with a spicy flavour from the chilli and garlic oil. Easy and quick to cook, in a frying pan, then transferred into a hot earthenware tapas dish.These garlic and chilli prawns also make a fantastic starter. Serve with fresh bread to dip into the spicy oil.

Michele Churcher
It’s the small details that make all the difference in a classic prawn cocktail; here’s our ultimate version with just the right amount of oomph. Prawn Starters, Cocktail Fruit, Prawn Cocktail, Prawn Recipes, Homemade Mayonnaise, Delicious Magazine, Christmas Lunch, Xmas Food, Starters Recipes

The British version of the prawn cocktail has been in and out of fashion ever since the 1960s. It’s the small details that make all the difference; here’s our ultimate prawn cocktail recipe with just the right amount of oomph. Fancy something else? Check out our lime and basil prawn cocktail salad.

claire fulco-wood
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With a crisp outside and a juicy inside, these Crispy Coconut Prawns are perfection. The prawns are dipped in seasoned flour and then breaded with panko and desiccated coconut. Serve these crispy juicy prawns with sweet chilli dip or with some fried rice.

Sean Prichard