This a quick and easy recipe that my kids love. I sometimes use already cleaned frozen prawns which need quick defrosting under hot water making prep time a lot quicker.


Ingredients (serves 3)

  • 20 peeled and deveined prawns
  • 1 cos lettuce
  • 1 large carrot
  • 2 sprigs of spring onion (optional)
  • 2 tbs of lemon juice
  • 1 tbs of oil

Method

  1. Clean, peel and deveine prawns. Wash lettuce leaves, julienne carrots and chop up up spring onion. Turn on non stick pan.
  2. Place oil in warm pan and cook prawns until golden, then drizzle lemon juice before tuning heat off.
  3. Place spring onion, carrots and prawns in lettuce leaves and serve. My kids love plum sauce but you can add whatever dipping sauce you like.


  • Love love love this recipe. Easy so the kids will give it a go but tastey enough for us all to want to eat it

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  • San Choy bow is so popular and such a great way to èat a dish, thanks for sharing

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  • This looks like a fun dish! My kids would love it!

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  • What a great twist on an old favourite! Thanks for sharing!

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  • My kids have never really been a prawn fan, but I love them!

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  • I prefer the other san chop boy, not this prawn version

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  • Im doing this if we have any left over prawns from Chrissy lunch.

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  • i might try it with some chicken or beef instead of prawns but yummo!!

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  • wow this looks awesome i know what ill be trying tomorrow night for dinner


    • I’ll be having tomorrow night too!! Enjoy ????

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  • Love this! Great healthy meal and quick and easy. What more could a busy mum want?!

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  • Oh my gosh, this is an awesome recipe – I really love it! These balls would be stellar on a platter too – for the grown ups!!

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  • my kids love san choi bow. I would call these prawn lettuce wraps!

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  • Lovely healthy snack. Great idea! Will be trying these (although laying off the plum sauce since it’s mostly sugar).

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  • I haven’t thought to use these for kids, great idea – I’m inspired!

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  • Looks great and a great way for the younger ones to join in and try different things

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