Grilled Caesar salad with spicy prawns. This is the favorite recipe of the Duchess of Sussex. In June 2016, on the set of the Culinary Show Today broadcast on the American channel NBC, Meghan Markle has even revealed his secret to making this recipe perfect: “You can grill the salad to give it an amazing flavor” advised the ex-actress who once ran a cooking blog. If this tip may seem surprising, because it may wither the salad, it does however bring out all the flavors of this vegetable!
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The recipe for Caesar salad Meghan Markle
In addition to being very tasty, this recipe which revisits the Caesar salad has the advantage of being able to be tasted easily by hand. Ideal for a healthy and gourmet aperitif or to change skewers and sausages during a summer barbecue. Quickly discover how to concoct this salad in the style of Meghan Markle.
For the spicy shrimp:
In a large bowl, marinate with extra virgin olive oil, a teaspoon of paprika, a tablespoon of chopped garlic, a teaspoon of honey, a pinch of red pepper flakes, a teaspoon of balsamic vinegar and fresh lemon juice. Add salt and pepper. Dip 500g of peeled shrimp in the marinade and let it rest for an hour in the refrigerator. Remove from the fridge. Once the shrimp are at room temperature, grill them on high heat in a pan or on the barbecue grill for 5 minutes.
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For the salad:
Take four small hearts of romaine salad and cut them lengthwise. Take some leaves from the inside to create a little “boat” for your hand salad. Sprinkle them with extra virgin olive oil and sprinkle with salt. Place the salad hearts on the fire, cut side down, for one to two minutes. Add lemon zest and garnish your salad leaves with grilled shrimp. Do not hesitate to add a drizzle of balsamic vinegar or Caesar sauce, small bread croutons to add texture as well as parmesan shavings. It’s ready !
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