Jumbo Prawns

 
 

1,000.00

Ocean Catch Jumbo Prawns

Count 15 to 20 in a kg

Description

Jumbo Prawns are high in protein and eating them is a great way to help make sure you and your family get enough iron, zinc and vitamin E. Prawns also contain heart-friendly omega-3 fatty acids hence, if 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. Jumbo Prawns are a low-fat source of protein. A 3-ounce serving of shrimp, roughly 15 to 16 large shrimp, or approximately 8 Shrimps, contains 101 calories per serving, over 19 grams of protein and only 1.4 grams of total fat. A serving also contains calcium, potassium, and phosphorus and is a good source of vitamins A and E.

Generally smaller than tiger prawns, jumbo prawns are the most popular prawns. They have moist, medium-firm flesh and a rich flavor. Not all prawns are the same – they vary in size, appearance and flavour.

Nutritional Data

Nutrient (per 100 gms of Steamed or Boiled Jumbo Prawns)
Calories 138
Protein (grams) 26.5
Total Fat (Grams) 2.26
Carbs 1.19
Saturated Fat 0.428
Polyunsaturated 0.873
MonoUnsaturated 0.33
Cholestrol (mg) 198
Sodium (mg) 589
Potassium (mg) 169

 

Nutrition Source: https://www.fatsecret.com/calories-nutrition/generic/shrimp-steamed-or-boiled?portionid=50860&portionamount=100.000

Recipes: https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/grilled-jumbo-shrimp-with-lemon-and-oregano-235022

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