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BBQ FISH- cooking - Sweet Chili WA Tiger Prawns

9th Mar 2024

Sweet chilli fried Exmouth Tiger prawns.....Yummy huh? Fish is probably the easiest food to cook on a BBQ but for some the scariest.!It really is a lot easier than the humble steak, unless its overcooked, which is the worst thing you can do to fish.

  

Sweet chili fried West Australian Exmouth Tiger prawns.....Yummy huh? Fish is probably the easiest food to cook on a BBQ but to some the scariest! It really is a lot easier than the humble steak, unless its overcooked, which is the worst thing you can do to fish.

The photo above is made with a little York Lemon infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil (or you can use any extra virgin olive oil and add a good squeeze of lemon and mix well), a knob of butter and a couple of tablespoons of sweet chili sauce. Basically, put the oil, butter in a pan on the BBQ grill (grill on high) until the butter melts and starts to bubble, then add the prawns 5 or 6*, cook for about 45 seconds then add the sauce, turn and cook for another 30 seconds, spoon into a bowl wait for another 30 seconds as the sauce will continue cooking the prawns and serve. Tip: the sauce will be very hot so please warn your guests to be careful until cooled! Thats it!!

Although we have done this in a pan it can be cooked directly on a BBQ Plate, with a Teflon sheet. It is messier but still works, otherwise use a fry pan over the grill (on high) and again wait for the butter and oil to bubble then start cooking!..

©Ross Yarranton

 

* Double up the prawns and ingredients to increase the amount but do not increase the cooking time. All recipes and content ©Ross Yarranton - Barbitec

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