These mini bacon, prawn and avocado kebabs are like someone said, “let’s take all the tastiest keto-friendly items and grill them on a skewer!” Bacon? “Yes please!” Prawns? “Yes please!” Avocado? “Now you are just showing off!” These are a little finicky to make, but so worth it in the end. A fun, tasty appetiser at your next braai (BBQ). Be sure to check out all the other Light meals & Appetisers on the site.
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Carbs 2.9g | Fat 30g | Protein 19g
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Bacon, Prawn and Avocado Kebabs (Low-carb)
- Squeeze a lemon over your chopped avocado, then wrap each avocado cube with a half rasher of bacon. Skewer a prawn onto a mini kebab stick, followed by the bacon-wrapped avocado, and then a second prawn.
- In a small bowl, whisk together the olive oil, tamari and crushed garlic. Use a silicon pastry brush to baste the kebabs with the marinade and grill over the braai (BBQ) until the bacon has cooked sufficiently.
- Serve immediately with halved limes to generously squeeze over. Season with a little pink Himalayan salt.
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Calories 360Kcal / 1506kJ
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