Vanilla shrimp with grilled honey melon
August 25th, 2018 | main dishes
I love vanilla, especially in savory dishes. So this dish really jumped on me when I discovered it years ago in the culinary magazine “Effilee” in the section “Fast Plate” by Stevan Paul. The vanilla shrimp have now found a permanent place among our summer classics. And sometimes we get the summer back on the plate even in winter.
Prawns with Grilled Honeydew Melon and Vanilla Spice Butter
And this is how the wife of the captain does ist:
The seasoning butter can be varied with freshly grated lemon or orange peel in place of the vanilla. This goes well with fried fish.
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