Pages

Shop My Favourites:

Something You Might Like:

Recipes

Restaurants

Lifestyle

Instagram

    Wednesday, 18 May 2016

    THAI PRAWN KEBABS [GIVEAWAY CLOSED]

    The sun came out this weekend so like all true Brits, so did the BBQ. I love a good family BBQ but it's easy to get stuck in the rut of having the same burgers and sausages every time.

    I'd been sent out some lovely cooking sauces to try out so I got to work on these delicious thai kebabs to bring a little more excitement to our spread!
    Goldfish Brand sauces were developed by founder Mr Lee to bring the taste and quality of Chinese restaurant home. The concentrates start out as a classic roux and are combined with a selection of carefully chosen spices to create a delicious paste which can be used for cooking.

    All you have to do is add water to the paste to create a smooth sauce which can be stir-fried with your favourite meats, fish and veg or used to liven up some of your favourite dishes. I used mine to create an easy thai kebab recipe which you'll find below!
    What you'll need
    200g Raw king prawns
    50g Goldfish Thai Curry Concentrate
    Wooden Skewers

    What you'll need to do
    1. Mix the Thai Curry Concentrate with 150ml boiling water and stir until it creates a smooth paste.
    2. Prepare your king prawns and pop into your marinade and set aside for about 45 minutes
    3. Fry your prawns in a hot saucepan (or BBQ if you're lucky with the weather!) and cook until the prawns turn pink

    If you'd like to have a go at this recipe at home, enter the competition below and you could win your very own set of Goldfish goodies so you can experiment with the recipes for yourself! Good luck!
    UK Residents Only. 
    Giveaway hosted on Super Lucky, UMeandTheKids and The Prize Finder

    *I was sent samples to use for this post

    3 comments:

    1. Mmmm Grilled Prawns on the BBQ are my favourite- I'll be trying this marinade for our next barbie!!!

      ReplyDelete
    2. Mmmm...looks soo yummy... I am a big fan of seafood specially prawns. Going to try soon

      ReplyDelete