Sainsbury's Cooked and Peeled Frozen Prawns Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Meat / Fish
Newest Review: ... out of the packaging. I love them. I cannot seem to get hold of small shelled prawns (the larger ones crunch and that freaks ... more
by - written on 21/02/12 (Very useful, 67 readings)
My husband is quite the connoisseur of fish and I have noticed it getting very expensive these days. Recently, we cooked a meal for his parents and sister (including ourselves) and it totalled £22, for one meal! We bought five unskinned salmon fillets from the fish counter which contributed to 3/4 of the cost of the meal. The same is true for prawns. I remember sitting on my parents' bed as a child watching TV and eating half a pack of the smallest shelled prawns right out of the packaging. I love them. I cannot seem to get hold of small shelled prawns (the larger ones crunch and that freaks me out) for less than £2. These come very close at 300g for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/10 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I'm a big fan of seafood, and have a particular weakness for prawns. Ideally, the big, juicy, king ones that you can get chilled from the supermarket. But, as these can often set you back a good few quid, I tend to keep a bag of frozen prawns in the freezer (obviously!) for everyday use. In the past I've stuck to the branded names that I know and trust, but seeing this 300g bag for just £1.76, I had to try them. Working out at £5.87 per kg, compared to the ordinary Sainsburys brand at £8.54 per kg, it's quite a difference. I figured a prawn is a prawn, regardless of the brand, and the packaging promised that the only difference with these prawns is that they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/09, updated on 28/07/09 (Very useful, 351 readings)
I love prawns and they're my favourite fishy offering at the moment. I'm watching my weight and I'm working out hard at the gym and so am permanently hungry but looking for low fat foods. Of course with lifting alot of weights I'm looking for high protein foods but not only that prawns contain alot of Omega-3 fatty acids which can help prevent against heart disease and they contain high levels of Vitamin B12, Zinc, Iodine, phosphorous, potassium, selenium and iron and have smaller quantities of calcium, magnesium and sodium which are most essential for healthy skin, bones and teeth. Low in saturated fat these are just really good for you and as my gym instructor said as . Read the complete review
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