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Recipe: Prawn, pineapple, spring onion & chilli escabeche

PUBLISHED: 07:00 29 August 2016

The Radcliffe’s prawn, pineapple, spring onion & chilli escabeche

The Radcliffe’s prawn, pineapple, spring onion & chilli escabeche

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We share a recipe from The Radcliffe in Hitchin: a delicious prawn, prineapple, spring onion & chilli escabeche

Ingredients

500g king prawns

10ml white vinegar

30ml olive oil

1 bunch spring onions

2 red peppers

1 fennel

2 red chillies

¼ of a pineapple

10ml pineapple juice

1 pinch saffron

1/6 bunch rosemary

5g salt

Method

1. Dice the white of the spring onions, the red peppers, chillies, pineapple and fennel.

2. Sauté the prawns in a large saucepan. When sealed and coloured put to the side.

3. Add the vinegar, oil and pineapple juice and bring to the boil, then reduce the heat and add all the remaining ingredients except the prawns and cook for a further 10 minutes.

4. Pour the mixture over the prawns and leave to cool.

5. Serve on top of fennel seed foccaia. We make our own at The Radcliffe but you can always buy one from a good bakers to save time.

Recipe by The Radcliffe, Hitchin

theradcliffe.co.uk

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