Paradise prawns

I made this when my best friend Emma came to visit and we needed something quick before the fotball game.


Paradise Prawns 4 portions

1 can chopped tomatoes (400 grams)

3oo ml single cream

1/2 a fish stock cube

a splash of white wine (circa 50 ml)

250-300 grams peeled prawns (Icelandic ones)

1 pack of parsley, chopped

Use a sauteuse pan if you have one, but sauce pan or frying pan works too. Pour in tomatoes and cream, bring to boil. Add the stock cube and wine, season with salt and pepper. When the sauce is heated up, add the prawns and let them heat up, add the parsley just before serving. Serve with rice and  a nice salad.

My mother’s original recipe contains sliced mushrooms and peppers, but it is just as nice without.

This is a very tasty dish that is quick to make but still feels like something extra. When I lived with my parents, we used to eat this every other Friday, that’s how tasty this is!

In Swedish.

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