prawn


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prawn

see penaeus, metapenaeus, macrobranchium; called also shrimp.
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Shia and Shafai Islamic jurisprudence also treat prawn as halal.
Minister Joyce said although this is a positive milestone, there is still a long way to go in rebuilding the Logan River prawn industry and confirming the disease has been eradicated from our waters.
If you don't fancy peeling the prawns, use shelled ones.
Fry your prawns in batches of four to five for a couple of minutes on each side until they are nice and golden.
The leap risks hitting the cost of the dinner party classic, prawn cocktails, especially this Christmas.
Prawn culture is practiced only on a limited scale, and extensive farming practices with little inputs of carps are cultured in earthen ponds (FAO, 2005).
METHOD For the prawns Soak the skewers in water for 30 mins before skewering (this stops skewers from burning) with three prawns on each and set aside ready to cook when required, either under a hot grill in the oven on a griddle or on the BBQ.
Another thing that Laeaddee has gotten is organic-produce certification issued by the Thai Department of Fisheries: his farm was the first of Thailand's 30,000 prawn farms to be certified organic.
The new feed ensured prawns were still being fed fish, rather than an artificial alternative.
As for the prawn crackers, we ordered one portion but felt like we had enough to feed the street and unfortunately they defeated us.
The banana prawn in the Persian Gulf exhibits a fast growth rate and a short life span of around 15-18 months (Zarshenas (2)).