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Tuesday, 13 March 2007

I've got the brains, you've got the prawns. Let's make lots of curry.

This is a good one. Can't beat a good curry. Particularly if it's a Reggae Reggae prawn curry.

You'll need:

1 x pack of cooked king prawns
1 x onion
1 x garlic clove
1 x small tin of chopped tomatoes
1 x teaspoon of curry powder (mild, medium or hot - your choice)
A squeeze of clear honey
A splash of RRS (and keep the bottle handy for some side dipping)
+ rice + veg to serve

This one's so easy it'll be done before you can say "I'm a prawn-again reggae fan".

Fry up the garlic and onion until tender in some olive oil, then add the prawns (cut up, if you like). Dump in a teaspoon of curry powder and stir for a couple of minutes. Throw in the tomatoes with a squeeze of honey and a splash of Reggae Reggae Sauce for some depth, heat and spice. Serve with rice (and some veg - perhaps some bok choy?) and extra RRS on the side.

Feel free to make this with whatever curry powder floats your proverbial boat. We used mild because we're posh, and added a bit of music with the RRS. But if you love hot food, have masochistic tendencies, or are from a region that prides itself in the spiciness of its cuisine (India, many parts of Africa, Birmingham) feel free to go crazy.

Verdict: 7/10. Not for everyone. But versatile and prawn jokes are funny.


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