Shrimp and prawn are two most important types of seafood consumed worldwide, and probably the most favorite ones. Though belonging to different suborders, they are very similar in appearance and in commercial farming and fisheries, and the terms are often used interchangeably. Trivia. In the United Kingdom, the word “prawn” is more common on menus than “shrimp”; while the opposite is the case in North America.
Shrimp is often avoided by those who want to minimize their dietary intake of cholesterol. Nevertheless, shrimp will still be on the top of the craving’s list of those who do not mind having another gram of cholesterol added into their system (I’m one of them!).
Despite the cholesterol, shrimps are a unique source of the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrient called astaxanthin. Yey! Guilt-free again. A number of preparation can be done on shrimps, which usually starts with the shell removal. Here, find a simple adobo recipe that will surely take out the flavor from these crustaceans. As easy as one-two-three, you can find yourself indulging into a hearty meal just by following the instructions below.
Now, let’s do this! Oops, shrimp is a common food allergen. Make sure you don’t have such allergy, or just bring your antihistamine out. Happy eating!
Adobong Hipon Recipe
- 2 lb. shrimps/prawns
- soy sauce
- garlic, crushed
- Peel the shrimps, leaving tails and heads intact.
- Marinate in vinegar, soy sauce, peppercorns, salt and garlic mixture.
- Heat oil, and when it is hot, add the shrimps along with the marinade.
- Stir-fry and cook until shimps are cooked.
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