12 oz bag
about 3 servings per container
Wild Caught Shrimp, Salt, Sodium Metabisulfite (E223), Sodium Tripolyphosphate (Used To Retain Moisture).
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Raw argentine red shrimp. 16/20 count per lb. Ready to grill seafood. Wild caught. The BBQ Bay grilling company makes your seafood eating experience both simple and enjoyable. Our wild caught red grilling shrimp are perfect for the grill. Caught in the beautiful waters off the coast of Argentina, these succulent, tender shrimp are perfect for family BBQ's, tailgate parties, or dinner at home. You can be assured whatever the event, when you serve BBQ Bay Grilling shrimp it will be an eating experience everyone is talking about! Facebook: (at)ZappsChips. Twitter: (at)ZappsChips. Instagram: (at)realzappschips.
Place shrimp in colander under cold running water for 5 to 10 minutes or until thawed. Drain well. If using a marinade (Optional) place shrimp in a large bowl and toss with your favorite marinade until completely covered. Lightly oil grill and set to medium heat. Place shrimp tail up with spread meat side down exposed to heat. Continue grilling for approximately 7 to 10 minutes turning several times during cooking. Shrimp are fully cooked when meat is firm and opaque color. Serve either hot off the grill or chilled. Frozen product. Store in freezer.
Product Of Argentina. Processed In Peru.
Direct Source Seafood, LLC