Primed Zudles with Garlic Prawns. Oh so delicious.

What’s better than garlic prawns at the beach? Only Primed Garlic Prawns on a bed of zudles.

Ingredients:

  • Virgin coconut oil (Primed Organic Centrifuged VCO rocks!)
  • Garlic
  • Prawns
  • Zucchini

Zudles with Prawns

Method:

  1. Simply buy some nice, fresh prawns from your local seafood market.
  2. Take off the top and tail and devein prawn by slightly spicing the back of the prawn and removing any thing there.
  3. Heat your pan with your VCO.
  4. Add garlic and cook on lowish heat till soft.
  5. Add prawns and cook until pink as shown above.

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Method for Zudles:

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  1. Simply grab your washed zucchini and use your zudler (or knife) to make noodles.
  2. Saute onion and garlic in VCO then add your zudles.
  3. No need to cook for long. If thin zudles just toss and that is sufficient.
  4. If thicker knife cut zudles you can saute a little longer.
  5. I often turn off the heat and add a cover to the top of the pan to allow the zudles to “steam/cook” under the lid.
  6. You can add fresh tomatoes, fresh spinach etc. for extra color and flavors.

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Additional:

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  • If you are not into prawns then you can use squid, chicken, other protein or any other vegetables like broccoli.

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  • Our household thinks everything tastes better with cheese!

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  • Where you eat your zudles matters. We love eating ours outside.

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Zudles garden

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Thanks also to The Inquirer Newspaper for today’s feature on Primed:

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