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Black Qwehli Tiger Prawns

Box of 2kg

$650.00

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  • Regular price $390.00
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    Our Mozambique black tiger prawn is bred, raised and frozen to the core in less than 15 minutes at our environmentally friendly Qwehli farm in Mozambique. The magnificent tiger-stripped blue color of the prawn gives its a beautiful appearance. Save to consume raw by just marinating or making it into a tartare! Its firm texture with crispy bite is suitable for any culinary preparations.

    Characteristics of our Black Qwehli Tiger Prawn:

    • Weight per box: 2kg
    • Expiry box: 30/03/2021
    • Size of the box: L29,5 x W18 x H7,7cm
    • Storage: Keep frozen at -18°c until the expiry date mentioned on the pack or refrigerated at 4°c for 24 hours.
    • Serving suggestion:
      M (60-80pcs of 30g per box) : 5-6pcs/person
      L (40-60pcs of 40g per box) : 4-5pcs/person
      XL (20-40pcs of 60g per box): 3-4pcs/person

    Discover more about this jewel from Mozambique: Click here

    How to defrost the Tiger Prawns?

    Just pick the number of shrimps you want to
    defrost from your box and place them into a bowl of cold water. Soak for 15 minutes or until completely thawed.

    How to cook the Tiger Prawns?

    Pan-fried tiger prawns: 2-3 minutes each side over medium heat. Discover the recipe.

    Marinated tiger prawns: Shell the shrimp and marinate for 10-15 minutes (with a mix of olive oil, coriander, lime, pepper & salt). Cut then in small pieces for a delicious tartare. Discover the recipe.

    Tags: Prawns, Shellfish