Shrimpy Clause

The Shrimpy Clause – sweet memories of Christmas in Australia in a bun. Easy to make and very lecker!

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 sesame Bun
  • 1/2 Avocado
  • a few leaves of witloof salad
  • 3 spoons full of Orange May (see below)
  • 5 uncooked shrimps (they should be still grey and not pink), washed
  • oil
  • salt

ShrimpyAvocado

SPECIAL GEAR

  • grilling pan

HOW TO

  • Make mayo (see below)
  • wash salad and cut into stripes
  • cut avo in slices
  • heat up some oil in the pan and grill the shrimps for 2 minutes from each side (when they turn pink they are done), season with salt
  • cut the bun into two halfs and toast it, if preferred
  • now build the burger: bun, mayo, salad, shrimps, avo, more mayo, bun – done!


Orange Mayo
It is not really a mayo, but a white aioli made with milk and no eggs. 
You can do the aioli with olive oil only, but you might find the taste very strong. So what I do is mix 1 part of olive oil with 2 parts of sun flower or canola oil for a milder taste. One last thing: if you do not have a stick blender, this is going to be a very hard job. It is possible to beat the aioli with a whisk, but you might team up with someone so you can take turns.

ShrimpyMayo

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 small garlic clove (you do not need more, trust me)
  • 50 ml of full cream milk
  • 200-400 ml of oil (1 part olive oil, 2 parts sun flower/canola oil)
  • Salt
  • a squeeze of orange juice
  • some grated orange peel

SPECIAL GEAR

  • Immersion blender/ stick blender
  • OR: whisk and medium size bowl

HOW TO (Blender)

  • add milk and garlic clove to a measuring cup (or any other higher cup that fits approx. 1 liter)
  • mix both oils in another cup with pourer
  • start blending milk and garlic until the garlic is pureed, then gradually add oil in a very thin stream and blend well
  • Once the oil is blended in, add more
  • NOTE: do not add to much oil at a time because this will cause your aioli to split (and that’s shit because you have to start over again)
  • The more oil you add the thiker the aioli will become
  • You might need a bit more or less oil depending on how you like your aioli 
  • Once you’ve finished with the oil, season with salt, orange juice and grated orange peel

HOW TO (whisk)

  • mix both oils 
  • press garlic into the bowl and add the milk
  • whisk it both together and then gradually add oil in a very thin stream and whisk (like hell) until the oil is whisked in
  • Then add more oil and keep on whisking
  • It is helpful to have another person pouring in the oil while one person whisks it all together (take turns when your arm starts to feel paralyzed)
  • NOTE: do not add to much oil at a time because this will cause your aioli to split (and that’s shit because you have to start over again)
  • The more oil you add the thiker the aioli will become
  • You might need a bit more or less oil depending on how you like your aioli 
  • Once you’ve finished with the oil, season with salt, orange juice and grated orange peel

Shrimpy Clause

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