Live Spot Prawn price per pound: $22/lb
Frozen Spot Prawn Tails price per pound: $35/lb
Description: Available in 2, 3, 4, or 5 lbs packs of live spot prawn. *Tails, de-headed are also available shell-on. USA wild spot prawn also known as “Amaebi“ (a delicacy in Japan). Spot Prawn are whole, shell and tail on. Please note some of your prawn may have “roe” or eggs. The roe is edible, great for garnishing, and high in Omega-3s. On average you will receive 7 to 10 Spot Prawn per 1 pound.
This product is delivered live but there is no guarantee they will remain live upon delivery.
$35 per pound for frozen spot prawn tails: Equivalent to two lbs of whole spot prawn.
This product includes 1.0 pounds of shell-on blast frozen tails. Perfect for those who do not want typically utilize the entire prawn. On average you will receive approximately 16-18 Spot Prawn tails per 1 pound. San Diego Caught Wild Spot Prawn also known as “Amaebi“ (a delicacy in Japan). Spot Prawn are whole, shell and tail on. Please note some of your prawn may have “roe” or eggs. The roe is edible, great for garnishing, and high in Omega-3s.
This product is delivered frozen but there is no guarantee they will remain frozen upon delivery. Saraspe Seafoods is not responsible for product thawing.
Harvest Location: Off the coast of San Diego.
Cooking Methods & Tips:
Sauté: 3-5 minute on each side
Grill: 5-6 minutes (cut in half, shell side down)
Steam: 8-10 minutes
Boil: 4-5 minutes
Raw: Peel and eat (Japanese delicacy)
Deep fry (heads): (See recipe in our blog)
Saraspe Family Tips: Butterflied and grilled with a little butter might just be our favorite way to enjoy fresh spot prawns. If you’re not grilling, the same method can be achieved beneath the broiler. Just be sure to watch the prawns closely so they don’t overcook! For delicate preparations such as carpaccio, aguachile, or simple sashimi, we recommend removing the heads and shells from fresh, whole spot prawns. Don’t trash the heads and shells as they make for a beautiful stock or a tasty appetizer of fried heads!
Nutrition (3 oz): Protein: 18-21g, Fat: 1-2g, Carbohydrates: 0g
Spot Prawn is a good source of niacin, iron, phosphorus and zinc. They are a very good source of Vitamin B12 and selenium. Omega 3 to Omega 6 ratio is 16:1.
(Source: Nutrient data for this listing was provided by USDA SR-21.)
*Consumer Advisory Notice: Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness. There is a risk associated with consuming raw or undercooked foods such as meat, poultry, or seafood products. If you have chronic illness of the liver, stomach, blood, or have immune disorders, you are at greater risk of illness from raw oysters and should eat oysters fully cooked. If unsure, consult your physician.