One look is all it took and we knew we had to share! This is the famous 4 Ingredients Garlic Cream King Prawns Recipe and it’s a keeper for sure. Check out this all time favorite now.
Kim McKosker of 4 Ingredients fame just keeps coming up with the goods. She is a whiz when it comes to simple, home-cooked meals and today we are sharing one of her biggest hits.
This 4 Ingredients Creamy Garlic King Prawns recipe is a home run and we know you are going to love it. This is an example of the recipes you can expect to find in her book.
Her One Pot, One Bowl Cookbook has been a huge hit. The focus is for simple and easy to recreate recipes.
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Garlic Cream King Prawns Ingredients
- 2 cups (370g or 13oz) rice
- 16 raw king prawns, peeled and deveined
- 1 cup cream
- 1 tbsp. (2 cloves) freshly crushed garlic
Garlic Cream King Prawns Instructions
Place garlic and cream in a wok or frying pan and over medium heat gently bring to the boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes and the sauce will reduce and become thicker.
Add the prawns and cook for 2 minutes or until they have turned orange in color. Kim suggests serving on a bed of rice with steamed veggies. She says it is heaven on a plate!
Kim’s Optional Suggestions:
If you just happen to have a glass of white wine in your hand, add a splash or two to the prawns. Then reduce to intensify the flavor, add a little chili, and top with parsley or shallots.
Kim’s Kitchen Notes
You can buy lactose-free creams on the market like Zymil here in Australia, OR you can use coconut cream. Both work perfectly. Of course, it’s up to you if you prefer to use carnation cream or low-fat cream. Tailor it to your needs and use common sense.
Kims Kitchen Tips:
At times, members of our 4 Ingredients Team will add half a teaspoon of Tabasco sauce for a bit of a punch.
If you are preparing this dish for a special occasion, a nice dry white wine (2 tbsp) added to the pan and reduced is lovely before adding cream.
Kim says “These are just options, but I can tell you there is absolutely no need to stray from the original 4 Ingredients, it’s perfect as is.”
The tips given are just versatile suggestions as tried and tested by the 4 Ingredients family.”