Saturday, September 18, 2010

Specialty Prawns

I have no name thought for this dish of mine so it's simply called Specialty Prawns. I created this, with an easy mix of Sea Salt with Rosemary & Lemon, Smoked Chilli and Garlic Mill, some salt and basil. These were the herbs and seasonings bought from Marks & Spencer, London.

After shelling the prawns and rinsing them, I made a small slit on top to remove the veins and created a nice small 'opening'. I rubbed a little salt in the prawns and added a dash of pepper to it. Add the seasoning and mix well.

Heat a pan of olive oil and get throw in some chopped garlic. Stir fry till slightly brown then throw in the prawns. Fry till thoroughly cooked. The aroma of the seasoning will fill your kitchen instantly. Sprinkle some chopped parsley before serving.

Enjoy. :)

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Tuna Sandwich

I know this is a no brainer and a cheater's recipe.. but sometimes a simple tuna sandwich is all I want for lunch.

All I gathered were just gardenia foccacia bread, some lettuce, sliced tomatoes and a can of tuna! For the tuna mix, I add some pepper and low fat mayonnaise (which I know is totally lost in this picture here..) I added a bit of broccoli that is cut into small pieces and mixed into the tuna. You can add some olive oil as an alternative to mayonnaise.

If you wish you can toast the bread lightly for the crispiness.
The end product is wholesome and yummy! and I love sandwiches :)