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Jamaica Mistake Sweet Basil Prawns wrapped in Prosciutto

Start by assembling all ingredients, Tiger prawns, sweet basil, proscuitto ham, skewers, "Johnny's Seafood Seasoning" and "Johnny's Jamaica Mistake marinade and dressing".


Peel and devein prawns, leaving tail on. Chop sweet basil and proscuitto ham.


Wrap prawns with proscuitto ham and place four prawns on skewer.


Finished prawns on skewers topped with fresh basil ready for marinating.


Pour "Johnny's Jamaica Mistake" over finished prawns and marinate for at least two hours, over night in the refrigerator would work fine.


Sautee prawns for approximately 2 minutes on each side, seasoning with "Johnny's Seafood Seasoning" until just done. Do not overcook, this will cause the prawns to be tough.


Finished meal, serve over rice pilaf or angel hair pasta and top with fresh basil, drizzled with "Johnny's Jamaica Mistake".