Shrimps with swordfish trappings

In this recipe we wanted to combine a classic of Salento cuisine - the bean puree with chicory - some delicious fresh prawns, which we "dressed" with excellent swordfish and roasted sausage. The result is truly super: we have obtained a dish that is not only complete from a nutritional point of view, but also excellent for the eyes and the palate. A real ace in the hole not to be forgotten on the occasion of the arrival of guests who love good food!

Ingredients

  • prawns 3 prawns per person
  • 774 3 slices of swordfish salami
  • fava beans two tablespoons of ready-made bean puree
  • bitter leafy greens a spoonful of ready-made chicory

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Information
20 minutes Total time
10 minutes Active time
Serves 2 persons
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Preparation

Clean the shrimp from the carapace, taking care to leave the head and tail. Wrap each shrimp with a slice of swordfish sausage. Roast the prawns prepared in this way in a pan. With the help of a pastry cutter, arrange the bean puree in the center of the plate. Arrange the chicory on top of the purée, then place the prawns elegantly on top of this tower of beans and chicory. To serve.

Tips
Choose only the freshest prawns, under penalty of the good result of the recipe!
Trivia
The harness of the shrimp can also be done with pancetta.

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