Prawns are a rich source of selenium, zinc, phosphorus, copper, and magnesium. These all can help to keep the body healthy, combat fatigue and illness. They are also high in protein, low in fat, and contain great amounts of Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, selenium, potassium, and folic acid. You can include these prawns for your Seafood stew recipe, or add them to a hearty paella, toss them in linguine with garlic, lemon and chilli or pan sear with salt and pepper. The possibilities are endless with this beautifully versatile shellfish. From a wide variety of cuisines, prawns are simple to cook and very popular. Toss it with your favourite pasta or make a seafood stew.
What Do Pink Prawns Taste Like?
The taste of these prawn tails is excellent. Our prawns are delicious and healthy. We don’t recommend that they be cooked for too long as they get tough when overcooked.
The prawns are versatile and can be used in stir-fries, casseroles, curries, including pasta dishes. If you want to make the dish tastier, add some chilli and garlic.
Responsibly-Sourced Pink Prawns
These prawns have been accredited as being sustainably sourced. They’ve already been certified by a third-party assessor to show that our business meets both social and environmental standards. It also considers social and environmental consequences, as well as ethical considerations.
Frozen Prawns Recipe
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