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December 11, 2020
Prawns are a summer classic, and they are a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, zinc, selenium and iodine. These nutrients are key for great thyroid function, healthy ovulation and progesterone production as well as immune function and healing. We suggest keeping prawns in the freezer to defrost for a quick dinner, although you are welcome to use fresh prawns when they are available.
SERVES 4 | PREP TIME 15 MINUTES | COOKING TIME 10 MINUTES
Cut the tomatoes into large chunks and arrange on a serving plate.
In a large bowl combine the olive oil, chilli, spring onions, balsamic vinegar, lemon zest and juice, mint leaves, capers, olives, garlic, salt and pepper to make a salsa. Mix well so that flavours can combine and infuse.
Heat a pan over a high heat, and once hot, add the olive oil and the prawns and fry them on each side for 2 minutes.
Once the prawns are cooked, add them to the bowl of salsa and toss to coat.
Tip the salsa-covered prawns over the plate of tomatoes and serve alongside a big green salad and some summer sweetcorn.
This recipe is from my cookbook, Grow Younger with Great Food - find out more about it here.
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Choline is a nutrient that is made in small amounts in the liver of the body, the rest of our requirements must be obtained through the diet.
Choline has a whole lot of different jobs in the human body ranging from supporting the nerves and liver to function, helping mood, and working with folic acid during pregnancy to help the babies brain and nervous system develop.
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