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Spark the barbecue and get your prawns spiced and ready for grilling, or opt for a more traditional Greek-style meal
With a classic Jamaican sauce, these jerk prawns will have your tastebuds singing
* Note: These peppers are hot, so add what you can take. I put in two and it had plenty of punch. If you can’t find scotch bonnet, try Congo peppers. In Vancouver you can find them at Polo Market at 5125 Victoria Drive (just past 33rd Avenue) or at any Caribbean market.
In Greece, this dish is traditionally made in clay pots, but you can use a casserole dish or Dutch oven. Serve as a main course over a bed of rice with a green salad or steamed vegetables on the side.
Excerpt taken from: From the Olive Grove: Mediterranean Cooking with Olive Oil. Original recipe named Shrimp with Feta (Youvetsi). Published by Arsenal Pulp Press (2010).