Welcome to the best garlic king prawn zoodles recipe.
If you have read Recipe This for a while you’ll know that I am a fishermans grandaughter and that my Grandad would go out and catch fish and seafood in the North Sea for many decades. Many of you will also know that is a very poor trade but you always made up for it with all the high quality fish and seafood that you could bring home for free. Many fishermen would eat the food of the ocean often 4-5 times a week and it always tasted amazing.
I grew up on my Grandads Fishcakes, garlic scallops, fish and chips, oceans pie and loads of other great meals. But best of all was always the king prawns that we would dip into a garlic mayonnaise or the mussels that would be served in a large pan with loads of garlic.
This recipe is all about me going back to my roots and enjoying some amazing garlic prawns and instead of the dreaded pasta serving them with zoodles. They are an amazing way to get vegetables instead of worthless carbs onto your plate and you will feel like you are in complete food heaven.
You can then add a sauce if you want to or just enjoy them in the simple way that they were made to be enjoyed. Plus due to the prawns it is a lovely filling meal whether it is summer or winter.The BEST #garlic king prawn #zoodles thanks to @recipe_thisClick To Tweet
Welcome to the best garlic king prawn zoodles recipe. If you have read Recipe This for a while you’ll know that I am a fishermans grandaughter and that my Grandad would go out and catch fish and seafood in the North Sea for many decades.
Using your spiralizer make your courgettes into zoodles and put to one side.
In a wok add the onion, garlic and ginger. Cook on a medium heat with the olive oil until the onions are golden.
Add the courgette zoodles and seasoning and cook for a further 5 minutes.
Toss in the tomatoes and prawns and cook for a further 2 minutes and then serve!
I like mine with lots of garlic so if you are not a huge garlic addict like me then I suggest you reduce it a little.