[Prawns] Videos

Developed by science, Kuruma prawns are the champagne of prawns, with a huge export potential.

tafbutton blue16 Prawns with Brawn (1998)

As part of Breville’s Road to the Recipe series, Sisha Ortúzar, Chef/Partner at Riverpark and Riverpark Farm in New York, prepares a delicious seasonal recipe using ingredients straight from his farm. You can view the full recipe here: foodthinkers.com Chef Ortúzar uses two Breville products to prepare his recipe – the Sous Chef and the Smart Oven. www.brevilleusa.com www.brevilleusa.com

tafbutton blue16 Chef Sisha Ortúzars Roasted Prawns with Salsa Verde Recipe, Road to the Recipe

Watch how to prepare Chemmeen or prawns roast in this edition of ‘Nalapachakam’. www.istream.in

tafbutton blue16 Nalapachakam: Chemmeen or prawns roast!   Part 2

A home recirculating aquaculture system for growing freshwater prawns or other aquatic species.

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Follow along with Paul Ellis, an expert chef, to cook your prawns to perfection. Learn to cook prawns with or without the skin, when to add herbs and spices, and more.

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Your Plates or Mine takes you to a freshwater prawn farm then meets up with Tammy Algood of Pick TN Products to make Bacon Wrapped Prawns and Spicy Prawn Soup. P.1

tafbutton blue16 Bacon Wrapped Prawns With Tammy Algood p.1

Microwave Magic! This short clip instructs you on a simple yet delicious prawn dish cooked in the microwave!

tafbutton blue16 How To Make Garlic Prawns In The Microwave

This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, from voaspecialenglish.com | http A cash crop is a crop grown for money. Four hundred years ago the first cash crop for European colonists in North America was tobacco. American Indians were already growing it. Then in sixteen twelve, says tobacco.org, an Englishman named John Rolfe found that it would “grow well in Virginia and sell profitably in England.” But tobacco kills millions every year. Farmers face increasing government restrictions on tobacco use. They also face less demand from developed countries and more competition from developing ones. Some farmers now grow niche crops instead of or in addition to tobacco. Niche crops are aimed at a particular market, but choosing what to plant can be difficult. Professor Tony Johnston at Middle Tennessee State University says most tobacco farms are relatively small. “The big issue for all the tobacco growing states is to find those small crops, those niche crops that would provide enough cash flow with fairly similar amounts of area on which you plant your crops.” Some tobacco farmers raise prawns, or freshwater shrimp. This kind of shellfish is used in different foods and often served cold in what Americans call shrimp cocktails. The British call them prawn cocktails. Tennessee farmer Jane Corbin says she got into this aquaculture business because it “sounded interesting.” On a recent weekend, she and her sons harvested tobacco and prawns from the same field. The prawns

tafbutton blue16 Prawns and Tobacco Find a Home Together

www.strawberrycreekshrimpfarm.com Watch as we prepare for our upcoming prawn harvest. Learn how we prepare and what supplys and setups are needed to get our tasty prawn out of our pond http

tafbutton blue16 harvesting Freshwater Prawns vidpt2 www.strawberrycreekshrimpfarm.com

This is a tiger prawn. Also known as a giant prawn or a jumbo shrimp. Now, if you love sushi, you’ll probably find one of these little devils on your plate. These large shrimps often comes from Asia, And, to keep them fresh, juicy and bacteria free, they are pumped full of antibiotics and then soaked in posioness chemicals. Delicious… But that’s not where the madness ends, because tiger prawns also happens to be one of the world’s worst environmental hazards! So here’s what happens: Big companies flatten large areas of precious mangrove forests to build damms for prawn farming. They use diesel pumps to provide the prawns with fresh water whilst the environment is completely destroyed. The big companies then move their farms to a new site and they start all over again. So, what’s left is a broken eco system, a black market industry, people living in poverty and fear and what other totally useless horrible things. It’s absolutely true. That’s how bad tiger prawns are, even if they are labeled organic. So, now, if you only want to do one teeny tiny thing that will contribute to a better world, keep tiger prawns off your plate! This video is proudly presented to you by SSNC! www.naturskyddsforeningen.se Go to our campaign site: antiscampi.se Production company filmtecknarna.se

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In an exclusive investigation, the Ecologist Film Unit reveals the impact of Indonesia’s plans to privatise its entire 90000 km coastline. To read the article that goes with this film, visit bit.ly at www.theecologist.org

tafbutton blue16 Selling Indonesias coast for cheap prawns and profit

This video shows how to make a delicious fusion tom yum thai meal with prawns and cream sauce. A delicious and original recipe, Thai Cuisine made easy !

Ingredients :
Peeled shrimp, deveined, medium size, 300 g
Thai-Choice Tom Yum Paste, 3 Tbsp
Heavy Cream, 150 ml
Serve with sauté asparagus and garnish with cherry tomatoes.

Directions:
1. Stir-fry the shrimp with Thai-Choice Tom Yum Paste over medium heat.
2. Pour the heavy cream into the pan and cook until the shrimp turn orange.
3. Serve with sauté asparagus or other green vegetable and garnish with cherry tomatoes.

More recipes : http://www.thai-choice.com/thai-choice/thaichoice/html/recipe/recipe.html

tafbutton blue16 Thai Choice Fusion Recipe, Prawns in Tom Yum Cream Sauce

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