Easter is such an awesome time to entertain family and friends – and pull out some showstopping cooking. Wow the crowd you will with this epic garlic prawn seafood cob! Everything you need is at Woolies, so warm up your trolley wheels and come see how it’s done.
Combining all of my greatest loves.. in a cob loaf
Cob loaf. Prawns. Garlic. Cream. Could there BE a better dish to wow a crowd? Better yet, everything you need is available at your fingertips. There’s no stressful visit to a fish market to be seen here, folks.
That’s right, it’s as easy as walking up to the Woolworths seafood case and choosing from their amazing variety of seafood. Prawns are a firm family favourite for us, so I’m choosing these delicious crustaceans for the win.
Bought from the Woolies seafood case, the raw prawn meat is ready to cook (no mess, no fuss!), while the already cooked tiger prawns are perfect for people to peel and dip as they please – such a gorgeous treat – and awesome prices!
You don’t need to be a Masterchef to create this AMAZING cob!
You’ll be amazed just how EASY it is to make this deliciously creamy, very indulgent garlic prawn cob – it will take all your might NOT to double-dip! It’s rich, dotted with prawns and thickens up as it hits the cob. It won’t last long, that’s for sure, so dip quick.
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Garlic Prawn Cob Loaf Recipe
- 1 Woolworths Crusty Cob Loaf
- 50g butter
- 6 cloves garlic, crushed
- 400ml chicken stock (reduced salt)
- 150ml thickened cream
- 2 tablespoons of cornflour in 3 tablespoons of water
- 400g raw Woolworths prawn meat
- 400g cooked Woolworths tiger prawns
- Chilli flakes (optional)
- Preheat the oven to 160C. Place the cob loaf on a baking tray.
- Cut the top off the cob loaf and scoop the bread out of the centre.
- Bake the hollow cob and the scooped out bread for 15 minutes.
- Meanwhile, PREPARE YOUR GARLIC PRAWN DIP! In a saucepan over medium heat, melt the butter together with the crushed garlic until fragrant.
- Whisk in the chicken stock.
- Add the cream and heat it up to just below boiling point.
- Add the cornflour and water mixture, bring back to a simmer while stirring!
- Add the raw prawns in. Keep stirring for around 5 minutes until they have turned white and are cooked through.
- Spoon the garlic prawn mixture into your toasted cob loaf. Top with chopped chives, parsley and chilli flakes for extra ZING!
- Serve the cob loaf with the remaining toasted cob bread and whole cooked tiger prawns to peel and dip! YUM!
Woolworths is making Easter SO easy! It’s the perfect time to indulge in a seafood dish and thanks to the good guys at Woolworths, sensational seafood is as close as your Woolworths supermarket seafood case. So hop on in-store or online today!
This is a sponsored post for Woolworths.