July 2, 2013

Prawn Buying Secrets – Have You Mastered Them?

I have posted this prawn tips awhile back. Have you already mastered it?

Prawns are among the most wonderful seafood and there is nothing like mastering the best way to thaw frozen shrimp/prawn and the best ways to prepare them. You must already know how good this seafood is for you for its being high in protein, and eating them is a great way for the family to get enough iron, zinc and vitamin E. Prawns also contain heart-friendly omega-3 fatty acids. Cooked using healthy methods such as grilling, steaming and stir-frying, and with “good” fats such as olive oil, they’re also very low in fat and saturated fat.


Let’s go back to basics. The best way to buy prawns is through a reputable retailer. Green prawns come both fresh and frozen (but most commonly frozen and thawed for your convenience) ask your retailer if these are fresh or frozen as it is not recommended to re-freeze thawed prawns. Always make sure the seafood is covered appropriately and do not allow it to sit in its own juice. If possible, make sure you have the seafood draining and tip out the drained juices frequently.

However, buying prawns can also be complex and should be given attention. With the vast range or chilled and frozen seafood products these days, there are seafood secrets just essential for consumers to know about. A few secrets of selecting from a mix and match matrix of seafood varieties and flavors, will bring you to the magic of delicate seafood salads, or transform green (uncooked) prawns into flavorsome dishes in minutes. It will discover you which between peeled prawn meat or prawn mince you’d be buying if you are planning to cook Asian-style dumplings, patties and skewers.

It pays to be well-informed and with experts that put rigorous attention to stocks and quality of prawns, fishermen, government organization, chefs and consumers can all be confident we have the best prawns available anywhere. Have you mastered all the secrets? I also have gathered the best tips for your lobsters, learn the tricks here.


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