On a large board, trim
the spring onions, then finely chop with most of the prawns (save four
for later). Peel and finely grate over the ginger, add the soy and the
egg yolk (reserving the white), then chop and mix it all together.
Divide and spread the filling between two slices of bread, then sandwich
the other slices on top.
Now, you can use a toastie machine or a non-stick frying pan – either
way, get it hot. Brush both sides of each sandwich with the egg white,
pat on the sesame seeds, then halve the remaining prawns and press into
the bread on one side only. Place in your toastie machine for 3 minutes,
or put in the pan with 1 teaspoon of olive oil and a weight on top of
the sarnie to toast for 2½ minutes on each side, or until golden and
cooked through. Slice and serve with sweet chili sauce for dipping, or
you could even brush the sauce over your toastie for added joy.
Recipe courtesy of Jamie Oliverhttps://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/prawn-recipes/...