I first came upon this delightfull crunchy and salty coastal plant –Samphire -when I went into a tiny shop which sells some amazing fresh sea food on Marylebone Street on my way to the Daunt Book store ( click on the hyperlink to read that blog post)
I found it a supermarket aisle and had to bring it home! I had a few prawns remaining and it was a great way to use them and create a side dish which is no fuss and really quick.
Simply saute the Samphire on a pan when it’s not very hot on a low flame in butter, then add another dollop and saute the prawns add a tiny bit of salt and sprinkle with Chives, Serve by squeezing some lime to add a zing, easy and quick isn’t it? Just what one needs to create good tasty meals without the fuss !
Our local Morrisons keep Samphire and I have been meaning to try it. Thanks for the encouragement, now I should get off my lazy butt and actually try it 🙂
Thanks Suchi !:) a cook of your calibre can stir up magic with just about anything!