Shrimps southern langoustine peeled, 1000g

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Wild Argentine shrimp from the depths of the sea have a number of advantages over artificially grown shrimp. They live at a depth of 200-1400 meters, eat only natural food and are deprived of the harmful effects of human activity. Size C1, 30-55 pieces per kilogram. The meat of these shrimps is one of the leading among many other seafood dishes and is liked by connoisseurs of refined and delicate taste.

Interesting: The shell of a wild Argentine shrimp has a red color from nature.

What are the benefits of shrimp?

Meat contains a real storehouse of nutrients: a huge amount of proteins, fats, iodine, zinc, copper, iron, magnesium. Regular consumption of shrimp improves metabolism, vision, the appearance of skin and hair, strengthens bones, activates the brain as much as possible. The caloric content of the product reaches 90 kcal per 100 g, shrimp can be considered dietary.

What to cook from shrimp?

Argentine shrimp must be boiled beforehand. Put 10-12 pieces in boiling water for 30 seconds. If you overexpose the meat in boiling water, it will be stringy and rubbery. Clean immediately after cooking. Wild shrimp are cooked in different ways: fried, boiled, used as a hot dish or as a snack. They absorb the aroma of marinade, garlic, herbs well. A great option is to cook shrimp on skewers or in batter. They are popular in the cuisines of Italy, France and Spain. Perfect for making risotto or paella. In Japanese cuisine, they are fried in a light and tender batter, and the dish is served under the name "tempura". Perfectly combined with other seafood in salads, casseroles and soups. The best side dish is fresh lettuce and garlic sauce made from cream, cheese and garlic.

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