Oven-Roasted Shrimp Cocktail

I mean, a prawn cocktail sounds as elegant and decadent as it tastes? We haven't discovered a better way to begin a meal, though. Plus, this imaginative concoction has health benefits.  

About 80 percent of shrimp's calories come from protein, which makes it one of the leanest forms of the macronutrient that speeds your metabolism and fills you up. Of course,   

there are a number of risks and health danger zones associated with ordering a prawn cocktail at a restaurant.

The issue is that restaurants often transform cocktail sauce into a saline solution, so eating prawn cocktail outside of the house is a surefire way to become overly salty.   

In our version, we reduce the amount of salt by preparing a hot homemade cocktail sauce, and we enhance the prawn situation by roasting live crustaceans in the oven instead of using pre-cooked store-bought prawns,   

most of which taste rather bad. We sense that you may have a few icy beers in the fridge already, but that's the only ingredient this recipe is lacking.  

1 pound raw, peeled, deveined prawns 1 tbsp olive oil 1/2 tsp Old Bay seasoning (optional) Salt and black pepper to taste  


1/2 cup ketchup Juice from 1/2 lemon Tbsp prepared horseradish Sriracha or other hot sauce: 1 tsp  


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