Sunday, January 9, 2011

Peri-Peri Prawn Skewers


New year new resolutions. That's what I mentioned in the white bread loaf post. The new year also reflect a change in my career. I'm reassigned to handle new projects in new plant. My current company expanded and took up another 2 manufacturing plants that's connected to each other in different industrial area. I've started working in that 2 connected buildings since 4th of Jan. I know it's going to be a challenging year for the whole team. It's challenging to me in terms of new responsibilities, new environment, new boss, new subordinates, new counterparts,....etc. I wish it's a good start. Ok, let's back to the food.

Here's another simple recipe by using Nando's Hot Peri-Peri sauce. It's a recipe that suits my current hectic working life. It requires short preparation time, and the cooking is done by oven. Many of you will like it, I bet. You can play around with the marinades to suit your own taste buds. Have fun!

Peri-Peri Prawn Skewers

Ingredients:
14 jumbo prawns, shelled with head and tail intact and vein removed

Marinades:
juice of 1 calamansi
2 tbsp of Nando's Hot Peri-Peri sauce
1 stalk of spring onion, chopped
1 pinch of salt

Steps:
1. Marinate the prawns for 5 minutes.
2. Preheat oven at 180 deg C.
3. Put each prawn on a skewer. Arrange the skewer on baking pan.
4. Oven-bake the prawns for 15 minutes under 180 deg C.

13 comments:

MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE said...

Wishing you the best in your new dept / job - haha with added responsibility must automatically came greater pay package :-)

Mei Teng said...

Beautiful food photo. Tasty looking prawns too.

daphne said...

Good start to the new year ;) happy challenges ahead!! congratulations!

I love how rustic these prawns look-esp bbq with its shell on it will have a stronger "prawn" taste. and who can go against peri peri sauce? extra hot option I hope? *wink*

lena said...

i'm sure you will be able to deal very well with all the changes at work..it's defnately going to be a great year for you and periperi saucee sounds yummy!

Priya said...

Very tempting skewers..

SimpleGirl said...

all the best for your new responsibility at work! N indeed a sure fire recipe U SHARED

xin said...

good luck to you with the new projects :) i respect ur spirit for cooking even though overloaded with work!

Chow and Chatter said...

love Nandos and all the best for your new job

tigerfish said...

I like how the prawns are skewered and have that BBQ-look though they are baked....

New Kid on the Blog said...

now moved in, took long time to settle down. not even hv time to cook... :(

Talita said...

I never tried prawns but look so tasty! Your pics are awesome!

MaryMoh said...

Oooh...my favourite...PRAWNS! I need lots :D I love Nandos sauce. I have been using it to cook chicken lately. It's really delicious. Hope you are having fun in your new work. Do take care.

noobcook said...

I have to find some peri peri sauce to try this out, I'm a sucker for easy recipes. Wishing you a rewarding year at work :)

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