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Microwave Magic! This short clip instructs you on a simple yet delicious prawn dish cooked in the microwave!
Chef Phil Anderson demonstrates how to make shrimp Saute with Cream and Garlic Sauce.
The garlic king prawns are rich in protein and Omega 3 acids that help reduce the cholesterol. They are full of nutrients and vitamins, and are also benefiting from a great flavour given by the garlic. To buy garlic king prawns, check out http://gourmetfayre.co.uk/shop/garlic-king-prawns/
Chef Dan Lichens demonstrates how to make garlic butter for shrimp and grits.
For recipes visit: www.jonashton.com Chef Jon Ashton with his daughter shows you how to make Grilled garlic shrimp with a Lemon Marie rose sauce. Chef’s Note: You leave the shell on only during the cooking process. This keeps the shrimp tender and moist. Afterward, you peel and eat them Interesting shrimp facts! • The Latin word for shrimp is Squilla. Food historians tell us that both ancient Romans and Greeks had ready access to very large specimens and enjoyed shrimp prepared in many different ways. The ancient Roman author, Apicius, collected many shrimp recipes in his cookbook. • shrimp are divided into three basic categories: cold-water or northern; warm-water, tropical, or southern; and freshwater. • Cold-water shrimp inhabit the northern Atlantic (Pandalus borealis) • Cold-water shrimp inhabit the northern Atlantic (Pandalus borealis) and northern Pacific (Pandalus jordoni). • Cold-water shrimp are very small and do not have to be deveined before eating • brown shrimp (Penaeus aztecus) have reddish brown shells, and their meat has a strong flavor because of a higher iodine content. ” Shrimp … a term which always refers to certain crustceans … in the order of Decapoda Crustacia … but which, with the associated term ‘prawn’, is used in different ways on the two sides of the Atlantic–and in other parts of the world, depending on whether the use of the English language has been influenced by the British or by Americans. Since the FAO (Food and Agriculture …
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