Prawn and Guacamole Nibbles
Last week I shared my thai prawn soup New Years eve disaster. Sadly these incidents are not rare in our house. As a result, I have perfected a few throw them together nibble ideas to save the day. These prawn and guacamole nibbles fit the bill perfectly. Another canapé that you can make in 5 minutes that will have guests calling you Nigella, but that can be rustled up from store cupboard and fridge finds.
- Wraps / flour tortillas – 1
- Guacamole (or avocado softened with lemon)
- Cooked and peeled prawns (1 per canapé)
- Cayene pepper
- Lemon wedge to serve
Take the wrap and use a cookie cutter to make uniform shapes.
It’s well known in Paint Sew Glue Chew Towers that I’m a sucker for heart shaped foods, so that was my obvious shape choice -but go crazy and use whatever shape you want.
A circular disc would be less camp and kitsch. Obviously the cutter needs to be mouth sized – but far be it for me to suggest the size of your mouth.
I’ve used ready made guac, as I was all about the time saving. A dollop of chopped avocado and lemon or home made guacamole would be nicer. Add a cooled and peeled prawn. These are strictly speaking larger than ideal as they take over the heart shape….but they were all I had, as they were to have been added to my thai soup….
and 20 minutes before guests arrive…beggars can’t be choosers. Sprinkle with cayenne pepper….And serve with a wedge of lemon. I like to squirt a little before I serve, and then allow guests to add more if they wish.
And there we are. 5 minutes to a fancy dinner party worthy canapé. Prawn and guacamole nibbles.
These are such an easy canapé idea – fancy enough for a dinner party. Or spoil yourself and make a plate to eat all for yourself in front of a Netflix binge. I promise not to judge.
A quick canter trough amy of my food posts will highlight my love of heart shaped foods.
No I don’t understand it either, as I am literally the LEAST romantic person I know….but I do have a thing for little nibbly morsels of things. If you are less jaded and miserable than me, these would make a great valentine canapé.