Quality battered prawns from A&T Trading, AustraliaOn June 3, 2020 by Rafael Ryan
Many seafood lovers like to eat battered prawns since they are delicious and nutritious containing vitamins and nutrients. Prawns are popular finger food in pubs, bars, restaurants, and hotels. However cooking the prawns is time-consuming and tedious since the prawns have to be cleaned first, and then dipped in batter before they are fried. Now business owners of all sizes and takeaways can serve their customers high quality battered prawns quickly and easily using the battered prawns at AT Trading Australia. Fish shops can also stock these frozen battered prawns so that their customers can cook these prawns conveniently at home.
The battered prawns at A&T Trading are butterfly type prawns that have been individually hand-dipped in the batter for uniformity and better taste. These prawns are then individually quick frozen using the latest equipment for freeze-drying. The size of each portion is controlled for convenience and limited to 100 g. In addition to restaurants, pubs, clubs, and cafes, these prawns are convenient for caterers and families. For cooking the frozen prawns should be cooked in preheated oil at 180 deg centigrade, for three and a half minutes. Tissue paper can then be used to soak the excess oil from the fried prawns.
The actual prawn is approximately 60% of the weight of the battered prawns supplied by AT trading. Other ingredients that are used include wheat flour, cornflour, soybean oil, modified corn starch, other starch, salt, sugar, and whey powder. Other approved additives used in the batter for the prawns are raising agents, yeast, and thickeners. Individuals with allergies should be aware that the prawns contain gluten, milk, sulfites, soybean, in addition to the crustacean. Other ingredients found in traces include fish, mollusks, egg, sesame so those who have allergies should avoid them.
For convenience, each package weighs one kg and there are ten battered prawns in the package, weighing approximately one hundred grams. Each serving with a weight of 100 g, corresponds to 180 Kcal of energy and 10 gram of protein. It also contains 15 g of carbohydrates and 9 grams of fat including 4 g of saturated fat. The cholesterol content is 75mg and salt content is 490 mg. Hence this information can be used by fitness conscious individuals and nutritionists to decide the number of battered prawns a person can consume daily. Thus the frozen packaged battered butterfly prawns from AT trading are a convenient way to enjoy high-quality delicious prawns.