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Cooking School Prawns | Shrimp Prawn Recipes



Cooking School Prawns:

cooked prawn, cooking prawns, cooked shrimp, shrimp, prawnSchool prawns are low-priced prawns. Cooked prawns are only slightly higher priced than uncooked prawns.

School prawns have a distinct taste that is sweeter than that of most other prawns. They are very well suited to many Asian dishes.

They are delicious eaten just on their own. They also make the best cocktails with a very light dressing or vinaigrette of a garlic, lemon or acid base to complement their sweetness. The marriage of flavours is subtle, so avoid combining strong or complex tastes with this mouth-watering morsel. Thai tongue-teasers of lime leaf, coriander, chilli, lemongrass and basil dressed with lime and vinegar will do it justice. Be careful not to overpower the flavour.

Deep fried, barbecued whole, or eaten shell-and-all with crisp-fried fresh basil leaves, school prawns provide for stunning presentation.

How to Purchase the Freshest Prawns or Shrimp - Fresh cooked shrimp are actually cooked on board the vessel of capture the moment they are caught and then refrigerated for maximum freshness before being delivered to the markets which will be normally or hopefully within 24hrs of capture

 

Nutritional Information
For every 100 grams raw product
for Prawn meat.

Kilojoules 399 (95 calories)
Cholesterol 121 mg
Sodium 185 g
Total fat (oil) 0.8 g
Saturated fat 36% of total fat
Monounsaturated fat 23% of total fat
Polyunsaturated fat 41% of total fat
Omega-3, EPA 39 mg
Omega-3, DHA 49 mg
Omega-6, AA 45 mg

HOW MUCH SEAFOOD TO BUY:
Prawns
:
Small 40-60 prawns per kilo
Medium 20 - 40 prawns per kilo
Large 10 - 20 prawns per kilo
- Allow approx. 300 - 400 grams per person.

PRAWN RECIPES

recipe Risotto with Squid Ink & prawns Fried Shrimp & Calamari recipe Rice and Squid with Prawns recipe Italian Prosciutto Wrapped Prawns
Risotto with Squid Ink
& Tiger Prawns
Fried Shrimp & Calamari Rice and Squid with Prawns
- Arroz de Lula
Italian Prosciutto Wrapped Prawns

 

Coconut Prawns (Shrimp) with Easy Peanut Sauce - Shrimp deep fried with a crunchy coconut batter and served with a yummy peanut sauce.

Prawn, Asparagus and Noodle Stir Fry - Prawns with cellophane noodles, asparagus, ginger, spring onions and fresh coriander.

Garlic Prawns or Shrimp - Garlic, white wine and brandy creamy sauce.

Prawns & Coriander Bruschetta - Prawns with coriander, pine nuts, lemon juice and coriander served on Italian bread.

Basic Cooked Prawns - How to cook raw prawns to eat or use in a recipe that calls for cooked prawns.

Crab and Shrimp Mornay - Crabmeat, shrimp, milk, sherry, green onions, parsley, chives, asparagus, pastry shells.

Curry Prawns - Raw shrimp (green prawns), curry powder, garlic, onion, pineapple juice, paprika, celery, carrots, rice.

 

How to peel a Green or Raw Prawn
Sydney Fish Market provides step by step instructions on how to peel a 'green' or raw prawn perfectly!

 

Sizes of Prawns
Prawns are graded according to the number of prawns per pound (445 grams) or per Kilo (1000gms)

U/10 = under 10 prawns per pound (extra large) (between 16 to 20 prawns to the Kilo)

10/20 = 10 to 20 prawns per pound (medium) (between 22 to 42 prawns to the kilo)

20/30 = 20 to30 prawns per pound (small to medium) (between 44 to 67 prawns to the kilo)

300/500 = 300 to 500 prawns per pound (extra small - shrimps) (between 675 to 1124 prawns to the kilo)

S & B = Soft and broken prawns - these are export 2nds due to slight damage or soft shell due to prawn malting just prior to capture.

Tips:- when comparing prices always compare by asking the count per pound - the lower the count the larger the size. The larger the size the higher the price


 

See Also
School Prawn (Metapehaeus macleayi) Photographs and Information
Cooking School Prawns | Shrimp Prawn Recipes
Commercial Fishing for School Prawn (Metapehaeus macleayi)
School Prawn (Metapehaeus macleayi) Websites, Links & Resources

 


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