Raw Shrimp (White Vannamei)

454g (1 lb) per pack, 10-15 pcs
Delivered frozen
₱360.00 / pack

Raw Shrimp White Vannamei, peeled and deveined

454g (1 lb)

Vannamei white shrimp is also called Whiteleg shrimp, Pacific white shrimp, or king prawn. Naturally mild-sweet in flavor, it taste fresh and its meat is firm.

A versatile cuisine partner that is used in a vast repertoire of recipes. It cooks fast and a wise choice to include in your dinner menus, your party meals, your seafood platter and anything quick-concocting.

Health Benefits:

Rich in protein, rich in selenium, low in fat with small amounts of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. It helps keep the immune system and the heart healthy.

It also contains good doses of key nutrients like vitamin B12, phosphorus and other vitamins and minerals.

Fair warning: it has also high amount of cholesterol and sodium. Great with a heaping serving of vegetables or consume moderately.

Allergens: Crustaceans, sulfites


Desfrosting
In the refrigerator

Take out of the freezer and remove from packaging. Put in a lightly covered container.
Leave to thaw in the refrigerator for 24 hours.

Quick defrosting
Place pack under cold running water.

Shelf life:
24 hours in a fridge
365 days in a freezer at -18°C

Origin: Vietnam

Recipe Suggestion:

Shrimp Spaghetti

Ingredients

1 pack Raw Shrimp (White Vannamei) 
1 pack of half kilo Spaghetti pasta
3/4 cup Feta
2 tbsp Dill herbs
5 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp fresh lemon juice
1 tsp lemon zest, grated
Salt and pepper

Directions

Cook pasta according to package instructions.
In a pan, put in 1 tbsp olive oil and heat over medium-high heat.
Add in shrimp and season with salt and pepper.
Mix occasionally and cook for 3 to 4 minutes or until opaque.
In a bowl, stir in lemon juice and zest.
Add cooked shrimp, feta, dill, and the rest of olive oil.
Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Serve and enjoy!

 

Nutrition Facts

Raw Shrimp White Vannamei Nutrition Facts

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