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Prawn and chilli salad

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Prep: 3 minutes Cook: 5 minutes

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Serves 1

Easy but exciting salad thats full of flavour

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  • 50g or 7 Raw frozen shrimps
  • 1 small chilli
  • 30g frozen petit pois or peas
  • 50g (Romaine)lettuce
  • 1tbsp Caesar salad dressing ( or any other salad dressing)
  • 40g yellow pepper


  1. Prep vegetables, cut up lettuce, pepper and chilli

  2. Put the frozen shrimp in a small frying pan, once shrimps are pink add the chilli and cook for a few minutes untill the chilli juices cook into the prawns

  3. Add the frozen petit pois to the pan and cook through till hot, meanwhile place pepper and lettuce in a bowl and top with dressing

  4. Once the shrimp, chilli and petit pois are cooked through place ontop of the salad in the bowl and enjoy :)

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