Argentinian Shrimp Peeled 20-30pcs Frozen


1 Piece (800g)

Country of Origin: Spain

AED 115.94

Peeled and deveined Argentine red shrimp that are wild-caught in the southwest Atlantic, in the cold waters of the Patagonian coast, and frozen immediately after capture, thus keeping all its flavour and texture. Peeled and deveined shrimp is a staple ingredient for many of our favourite quick weeknight meals since it's not only high in protein but also low in calories. Their meaty texture will add that extra something to any dish.
  • Free of phosphates to retain the natural fresh taste, and tender.
  • Ideal for creating a tasty and light dish, and super convenient to consume without any wastage.
  • An extremely healthy option when it comes to meal choices.

Argentinian red shrimp (CRUSTACEAN) and antioxidant E-223 (SULPHITES)


Nutritional Information per 100g
Energy (kJ): 363
Energy (kcal): 86
Protein (g): 19.8
Carbohydrate (g): 0,
of which sugars (g): 0
Fat (g): 0.71,
of which saturates (g): 0.2
Salt (g): 0.72
Halal: Yes
Lactose Free: Yes
Organic: No
Suitable for Vegetarians: No
Suitable for Vegan: No
Gluten Free: Yes

To be stored at -18°C and do not refreeze once thawed.

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Recipes using this item:

Seafood SpaghettiPrawn Malloreddus with Bottarga ShavesShrimp and Pesto RisottoEasy Shrimp Ceviche with Avocado

Dietary & Lifestyle

Argentinian Shrimp Whole 10-20pcs/kg Frozen

Argentinian Shrimp Whole 10-20pcs/kg Frozen

Various producers - Argentina

1 Piece (2kg)

AED 126.16