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Coconut Tandoori Prawns

This recipe was made for summer parties! The marinade and the salad can both be prepared ahead and kept in the fridge until showtime. Then enjoy the smell of wood fire cooking as the prawns hit the grill and spice up any event. You can buy a tandoori paste in most grocery stores, or empty your spice cabinet out as we have. The coconut milk twist on this Moroccan classic makes it just as well suited for any protein if prawns are not your top pick.
1. With the Direct Flame Insert seated in the Savorizer®, heat the grill to Direct Flame Mode “LOW”

2. Mix together the spices, salt, coconut milk, onions, and prawns. Place in fridge in a container until the grill is prepared.

3. Score the cucumber with a fork and slice thinly. Mix the vinegars with the sugar and add ½ cup of crushed ice. Julienne 3-5 grilled mint leaves and 10-15 cilantro leaves. Add to the vinegar mix and pour over the sliced cucumbers. Allow these to sit while you grill the prawns and onions.

4. Skewer your prawns and grill over an open flame. Grill the sliced onion with the prawns and baste both with the remaining tandoori sauce while cooking.

5. Remove prawns and onions from grill and serve over a bed of mango and the chilled cucumber salad. Garnish with fresh cilantro and lemon.
For the shrimp:
1/2 lb jumbo prawns, peeled, deveined, tail-on
1 tsp of each of the following spices:
chili powder
garlic powder
dry mustard
Or 2T Tandoori Paste
1 tsp salt
4 oz heavy coconut milk
1 red onion, sliced 1/2 inch thick
For the salad:
1 mango, sliced thin
English cucumber
1/4 cup white wine vinegar
1/4 cup rice vinegar
1 T sugar
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