Garlic Shrimp Brochette

 
Did you know that anything on a stick is called a skewer /skyuwer/ in English and brochette /brohshet/ in French? I didn’t. From where I come from, we indicate food-on-a-stick with a ‘que’ or ‘cue’ or ‘Q’ /kyu/. Hence, banana-que (bananaQ), barbecue, kamote-cue. Anyway, I made these yumsters below for an Asian lunch in Frenchlandia: garlic shrimp brochette paired with maki.Dig in!

My top fruit faves: mango and avocado in a shrimpy stick!

Voila! An apero or appetizer prettiness in one plate.


 

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