Too EZ Paprika & Garlic Prawns on (spanish) Rice. Like many spices, too much paprika can cause bitterness. This is worse with the more flavorful varieties, but can be a problem even with the mild ones. The best way to counter bitter flavors is to add a little sweetness.
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Ingredients of Too EZ Paprika & Garlic Prawns on (spanish) Rice
- Prepare 1 tbsp of butter.
- It’s 1/2 tsp of paprika.
- You need 2 clove of of garlic, chopped..
- It’s 1 dash of salt and pepper.
- You need 1 of black beans.
- You need 20 of prawns (deveined).
- You need 1 bunch of spinnach.
- You need 5 cup of cooked rice (spanish is good also!!).
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Too EZ Paprika & Garlic Prawns on (spanish) Rice instructions
- cook your rice first and put aside..
- warm butter in saucepan on med-low. (do NOT burn butter) Toss in the chopped garlic once the butter is melted, cook on med heat for 1 min..
- once garlic has a 1min head start you can add the prawns, paprika, salt and pepper and cook for 2 mins approximately until prawns are cooked. do NOT over cook or they will be rubbery. add black beans whenever….
- I like to lay raw baby spinnach down on a plate with a bed of rice on it. Then top with prawns. My versions plain but yum! You may want to add more veggies or a stalk…
Then make the paprika sauce: Melt the butter in a heavy-bottomed pot, like a dutch oven, over medium heat. Whisk in the paprika until incorporated and cook a minute or so. Slowly pour on the chicken stock and cream, whisking constantly. Do use paprika liberally Even the hot varieties of paprika are relatively mild. While it is possible to add too much of any spice, you run a lower risk of ruining your dish with paprika.