Koh Samui No Names
2 Sweet Potatoes - I used small ones
3 Tablespoons of Coconut Flour
5 Large uncooked Prawns / Shrimps cut in to pieces
Chilli"s - I used my mums home grown bad boys
3 Spring Onions - Diced
1 Teaspoon of baking powder
1 Clove of Garlic
Salt and Pepper - I used a fair amount of pepper
Pre heat your oven to 220 degrees.
Cover a baking tray with baking paper.
Peel the sweet potatoes and boil until soft. Once soft, mash then up, but still keep a few lumps and bumps as it adds texture to the No Name.
Melt the coconut oil, then put aside in a bowl. Add the shrimps to the pan and cook until they have turned pink. Once cool, cut in to small pieces. Fry the spring onion.
Beat the eggs and add to the sweet potato, the the coconut oil. Add the spring onion's to the mixture and mix thoroughly.
Then add the Coconut flour, salt, pepper, garlic and baking powder.
Mix thoroughly, then by using 2 spoons, take a scoop of the mixture with one spoon and use the 2nd spoon to shape the No Name. I used to work in a very fancy restaurant and this was a good way to make mash look nice and posh on the plate.
Put the No name on the baking tray. With this mixture you should get about 9 good size No Names.
Bake in the oven for about 20 minutes.
Serve with a nice juicy salad.
I know it's not Paleo, but No Names need to be enjoyed by dipping in to Sweet Chilli Sauce.
My mum's home made bad boy Chilli's
I didn't eat this many in one hit, this was simply to show how delicious they all look.
Ok, so they aren't the real thing, but hopefully you get the idea and appreciate that they are not full of bad fat and carbs. There were plenty left over and are going in my lunch box for tomorrow.