A classic prawn cocktail is sure to impress your guests, but why not try a recipe for spicy prawn cocktail, prawn avocado coktail or prawn ceviche. We have these recipes and lots more to choose from!
This is not your normal prawn cocktail! This recipe calls for lots of fresh coriander, cucumber, spring onions and chilli which gives the classic a Mexican flavour boost. It's a great colourful starter for a summer dinner party.
Classic prawn cocktail with a Marie Rose sauce.
This is a simple recipe for a seafood sauce. It can also be used as the basis for a prawn cocktail. If you need to make it in advance, store the sauce in a jar or airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 or 4 days.
A classic recipe in our house! This usually features as our Christmas starter. I like to serve it in a glass bowl.
This refreshing melon and prawn starter is perfect on a warm summer evening as an accompaniment to an outdoor meal or as a light lunch. Serve the melon and prawn mixture as you would a prawn cocktail, with lettuce and a slice of lemon.
The traditional Christmas prawn cocktail with a twist – perfect for Christmas Day.
Celebrate the Jubilee in style, simple, classic, with a smoky twist, and it's only 291 calories per portion.
A fantastic take on prawn cocktail that will impress everyone yet it's so easy to make.
A delicious starter, which always goes down well at dinner parties. Prawns are tossed with a seasoned tomato sauce and topped with chopped avocado.
An exciting twist on the classic prawn cocktail, this makes for an exhilarating and light starter. For an extra special treat, add a shot of vodka to the glass and drink the liquid when the prawns and veg have been eaten! Add hot sauce, like Tabasco, to taste. Also, best to use a seasoned tomato juice cocktail rather than regular tomato juice, otherwise you'll have to add more seasoning to compensate.