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Northern Chef Shrimp Cooked Baja 16-20 Count - 8 Oz
Shrimp, Wild Baja
16-20 shrimp per pound. Cooked, peeled & deveined - tail on. Wild caught by artisanal fisherman. All natural. No preservatives. Mexican shrimp. Baja California. Pacific Ocean. Resealable bag. Source globally. Market locally. Dine well. Feel well. Live well. 6-8 Count per Pound: Avg. 1.5 cooked shrimp per serving; 8-12 Count per Pound: avg. 2 cooked shrimp per serving; 13-15 Count per Pound: Avg. 3 cooked shrimp per serving; 16-20 Count per Pound: Avg. 3.5 cooked shrimp per serving; 21-25 Count per Pound: Avg. 4.5 cooked shrimp per serving; 26-30 Count per Pound: Avg. 5 cooked shrimp per serving; 31-35 Count per Pound: Avg. 6 cooked shrimp per serving; 31-40 Count per Pound: Avg. 6.5 cooked shrimp per serving; 41-50 Count per Pound: 8.5 cooked shrimp per pound; 51-60 Count per Pound: Avg. 10 cooked shrimp per serving; 61-70 Count per Pound: Avg. 12 cooked shrimp per serving; 71-90 Count per Pound: Avg. 15 cooked shrimp per serving. Cooked & peeled. These Northern Chef shrimp have been wild caught by day-boat fisherman in Magdalena Bay located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean in Baja California, Mexico. These Pacific shrimp are firmer and sweeter than regular farm-raised shrimp and even other wild caught shrimp from the Gulf of Mexico. Northern Chef shrimp are always all natural with no preservatives, chemicals or other additives ever used, so enjoy the sweet natural taste of Wild Baja shrimp. By purchasing these shrimp, you will be supporting a community of small-scale fisherman committed to preserving the health of their home, Magdalena Bay, and making their methods of catch more sustainable. Look for our complete line of products under our brands Royal Asia and Northern Chef. www.northernchef.com. At Northern Chef, we take our philosophy of Dine Well, Feel Well, Live Well, to heart. Our dine well products are carefully chosen based upon the following criteria: all natural, high quality seafood above industry standards; consistently great tasting flavor and texture; responsible practices to ensure the future supply of fish; addition of artificial chemicals is strictly prohibited during preparation. Harvested in Mexico. Processed in Thailand.
Serving Size: 3oz
Servings Per Container: about 3
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Cooked Wild Caught Shrimp.
Warning Contains: Contains shellfish (shrimp).
Directions Keep frozen/do not refreeze. How to Thaw: Remove desired amount of shrimp from bag and place in colander. Place colander inside bowl, cover and refrigerate for 8-10 hours or until thawed. Or remove desired amount of shrimp from bag and place in colander. Place colander inside bowl. Cover shrimp with cold water; allow to thaw 20-30 minutes, changing water several times. How to Cook: Flavorful and firm Wild Baja Shrimp can be boiled with spices, broiled, barbecued, sauteed, stuffed, steamed or used in soup or stews. Thawed shrimp cooks in 1-1/2 minutes at a rapid boil; takes only about 1-3 minutes on each side on the grill. Be careful not to overcook.