MONDAY MUNCHIES WEEK 12: CAJUN PRAWNS WITH SWEET POTATO

Cajun Prawns and sweetcorn recipe

Another week, another recipe to show off! Today, we’re keeping with last weeks theme of The Big Grill Festival, as we have a great barbecue recipe from Mark O’Brien, a.k.a. Oak Smoke & Barbecue Sauce. Mark was also cooking up a storm at the Big Grill Festival in Dublin a couple of weeks ago! We had the pleasure of seeing a couple of his demonstrations alongside John Relihan, who is senior sous chef at Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa Restaurant in London. Mark had approached us a few weeks ago interested in getting involved in Monday Munchies, so it turned out to be a coincidence that we spotted him at the festival shortly afterwards.

This is a great recipe for all barbecue fans out there. And remember, just because it’s September, doesn’t mean that the BBQ has to be shoved into the dark depths of the garden, not to be seen until next May. If you think it might be too cold for a BBQ, all you need are some warm blankets so you can still sit out the back garden and relish a smokey and sweet dinner such as this one!

Here’s a little info on Oak Smoke and Barbecue Sauce:

Oak, Smoke and Barbeque Sauce is a web series focused on showing you how to take advantage of the short and oh so marvellous Summer we get in Ireland. Mark O’ Brien is a food writer, photographer and all round culinary enthusiast living and working in Dublin.

You really have to check out Mark’s website, full of delicious BBQ and street food recipes. It’s the real deal: think Mexican pork tacos and epic steak sandwiches. 

Visit Oak, Smoke & BBQ Sauce website here!

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