Enjoy the Scrumptious Grilled Prawns with Roasted Gooseberry Salsa

Although prawns and gooseberries may sound like a weird combination, the sourness of gooseberries is an excellent substitute for tomatillos. The salsa you prepare must turn out to be pleasantly sour. However, to taste one of the best seafood savories, you need to use the best quality prawns delivered by prawn export India.

 

Preparation Time: 45 mins

Serves: 6

 

Nutrition:

 

kcals 100

fat 0.8g

saturates 0.2g

carbs 9.6g

sugars 9.3g

fiber 2.9g

protein 12.2g

salt 0.4g

 

Ingredients

● 35 whole shell-on large raw prawns 

● a few pinches dried chili flakes

● green gooseberries 450g

● onion 1 small

● garlic 2 cloves

● a large handful of chopped coriander leaves

● 1 juiced lime

● green chilies 2- 1 finely chopped & 1 left whole

● 3 tsp caster sugar

 

Preparation

Collected prawns from the processor & exporter of seafood in India?Now, you can begin the gluten-free recipe.

Step 1

Prepare the BBQ by spreading the coals in an even layer and heating the oven to 200C.

Step 2

Next, keep the gooseberries in a roasting dish and cook for 20 minutes unless they’re collapsed and charred. Now, put in a blender with the salsa ingredients and blend. For seasoning, add a tsp of sugar when the salsa is pleasantly sour and sweet. Next, add the finely chopped chili, and stir.

Step 3

Now toss the prawns you have ordered from the shrimp exporters with chili flakes, and cook on the BBQ on each side until they turn pink and get charred. The dish is ready to be served immediately with salsa.

 

Home-cooked recipes have an extra delight. The shrimp export company in India has the goodwill of prawn export at a reasonable price to make your dish even more enjoyable.

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