The Auspit Expert's Guide to Cooking Prawns on Australia Day!

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We all know that Australia Day isn't complete without a traditional BBQ, and prawns are always a popular choice! Unfortunately, it is all too simple to overcook your exquisite prawns. Don't worry, with these expert instructions at your fingertips, you can satisfy even the pickiest diners! Continue reading to learn how to make some delicious barbeque prawns for an incredible seafood experience and Australia Day celebration!


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We've all heard the expression "throw another shrimp on the barby," so we're going to do the same with prawns today.

Today, we're seasoning the prawns with the Flaming Coals Gyros Rub, a terrific all-purpose Australian rub. I feel that tossing the prawns in a dish with the rub and tossing them through is the best method to season them.


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Once the prawns have been thoroughly rubbed, thread them onto a skewer and place them on a hot grill for around 10 minutes.


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When one side begins to change colour, flip it over and cook the other side.


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Prawns are one of the more difficult foods to get wrong on a grill.


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When they're done, remove them from the grill and serve immediately! Enjoy!


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by: Michael Wilkie