The recipes on this blog are on the super easy end of the spectrum. Sometimes I want to try something, still simple, but just a little special.
Back in May, I attended P & G Home event. While I was there, I was fed by Peter Kuruvita, Celebrity Chief and owner of the Flying Fish Restaurant which was a wonderful treat. Peter’s is sharing his Grilled Tiger Prawns with Baby Zucchini, Blossoms, Spaghettini and Tomato Sugo Casa recipe with us. I can tell you, it’s delicious!
Grilled Tiger Prawns with Baby Zucchini, Blossoms, Spaghettini and Tomato Sugo Casa
Recipe by Peter Kuruvita
Prep time 20 mins
Cook time 7 minutes
500 grams Spaghettini cooked to al dente
30 16/20 green tiger prawn cutlets, de veined
10 baby zucchini blanched for 2 minutes in boiling water and plunged into ice water.and cut into thin slices
12 zucchini blossoms torn into quarters.
3 cloves of garlic peeled and finely sliced.
1 medium Spanish onion finely diced
1 bunch of chives
Salt and pepper
Tomato sugo recipe below
100 ml olive oil
1. Bring a large pot of water to the boil
2. In a large fry pan heat the olive oil and add the garlic and onions and sauté them till they are translucent, approximately 3 minutes
3. Add the prawns and toss for 2 minutes, then squeeze in the lime juice.
4. Add the zucchini
5. Add 2 cups of the sugo casa and heat through. Sprinkle in ½ the chopped chives.
6. Place 6 hand fulls of spaghettini into a colander and plunge into the boiling water,
7. Remove drain and add to the sauce.
8. Toss for a few minutes and then serve.
9. To serve, place equal amounts of pasta into each bowl making sure you get enough zucchini in each bowl.
10. Arrange 5 prawns on top and then spoon the extra sauce on top
11. Finish with the torn flowers, an extra spoonful of sugo and a sprinkle of chives.
12. Wash the pots, fry pan and bowls with Fairy Dish Liquid and watch your dishes sparkle as the grease disappears.
Tomato Sugo Casa
40 vine ripened tomatoes
8 cl garlic
1 bch oregano leaves
500ml virgin olive oil
1. Blanch and deseed the tomatoes then dice into concasse.
2. Finely brunoise the onions and finely chop the garlic.
3. Heat half the oil in a shallow frying pan and gently fry onions and garlic.
4. Once soft, add the picked oregano leaves and sea salt. Continue to fry.
5. Add the tomato concasse and take off heat.
6. Add the rest of the oil and check the seasoning.
7. There should be enough oil to cover the tomato.
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