16 oz pkg
Wild Caught Shrimp, Salt, Sodium Metabisulfite (E223), Sodium Carbonate, Sodium Citrate.
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Wild Caught. Wild caught Premium Raw EZ Peel Argentine Red Shrimp. 21/25 Count per lb. About Icy Ocean: Offering the highest quality products from around the world our Icy Ocean brand brings the entire seafood market to your kitchen table. Whether purchasing one of our succulent shrimp, mouth watering crabmeat, or any one of our other Icy Ocean seafood varieties, you will be serving the finest seafood available in the marketplace. For more information on our full line of products along with great recipes, please visit our web site at www.directsourceseafood.com.
To Thaw Shrimp: Place shrimp in colander under running cold water for 5 to 10 minutes or until thawed. Drain well. Do not refreeze thawed product. Cooking Directions: Fill cooking pot with enough water to be able to cover shrimp. Bring the water to a boil and then add the thawed shrimp. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes stirring several times while cooking. Shrimp are fully cooked when flesh is opaque color throughout. Drain hot water and plunge shrimp into cold water to stop the cooking process. Serve chilled or store in refrigerator and consume within 3 days. Keep frozen. Frozen product. Store in freezer.