This is so tasty and it only took about 6 minutes!
I haven't cooked very much with samphire but I will definitely be using it more regularly.
Not only does it add a nice hit of natural salt to a dish, it complements sea food really well (it's a sea vegetable found in costal areas).
The sweet tomatoes and juicy prawns balance the dish nicely and a kick of chilli, black pepper and extra virgin olive oil bring it all together.
Here are some quick nutrition facts about samphire...
What you need (2 large portions)
How to do it:
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