Oregon Salad Shrimp
Named salad shrimp for a reason, these pre-cooked shrimp are a delicious addition to leafy greens or other cold crustaceans.
Simply thaw & serve.
WILD PRODUCT OF USA
COOKED, PEELED & DEVEINED
1 POUND PACKAGE
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Harvested off the coast of Oregon, Salad Shrimp have a sweet flavor with a medium-soft texture. Cooked and peeled for convenience, Oregon Salad shrimp are typically consumed cold as shrimp cocktail or ingredient in seafood salad.
The numbers attached to the shrimp description are called the “count,” which represents the number of individual shrimp that make up one pound. For instance, “16-20” means there are between 16 and 20 shrimp in one pound. Most of our shrimp comes in two pound bags, so there would be 36 to 40 shrimp in a two pound bag.
If a single number is accompanied by a U, there are “under” that many shrimp in one pound. I.e. U15 shrimp have under 15 shrimp per pound. They can also be listed as a 13-15 count.
Finally, as the numbers decrease, the size of the shrimp increase. Our 350-500 shrimp are tiny salad shrimp and the 2-4 shrimp are our jumbos. Large shrimp are often referred to as Prawns.
Forms of Shrimp
Shrimp processing affects how the consumer is best able to prepare, cook, and serve shrimp. See the terminology below to determine what best fits your needs.
P&D Peeled & deveined, shell and vein (digestive track)removed. Tail on or off.
TAIL ON Headless, peeled & deveined shrimp in which the tail has not been removed.
TAIL OFF Headless, peeled & deveined shrimp in which the tail has been removed.
EZ PEEL Deveined with the shell on. Maintains moisture and flavor when grilling shrimp.
HEADLESS, SHELL ON Only the head has been removed, leaving the shell and tail attached
HEAD ON Head, shell and tail on
BUTTERFLIED The shell and digestive track have been removed and a deep cut has been made that “butterflies” the shrimp without splitting it in two pieces. Typically breaded shrimp.
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Cooking Tips & Recipes
Oregon Salad Shrimp are typically eaten cold, accompanied with cocktail sauce or as part of a seafood salad.
Thawing Method #1 Remove shrimp from package and put into colander. Put another bowl or plate under the colander to catch excess liquid as the shrimp thaw. Place in refrigerator overnight, draining liquid throughout. Rinse and pat dry before serving.
Thawing Method #2 Remove shrimp from package and put in colander in the sink. Run COLD water over the shrimp for approximately 5 minutes to thaw. Pat dry before serving.
Oregon Salad Shrimp can be used as an ingredient in a hot dish, but use caution. Add thawed shrimp near the end of your recipe to heat shrimp, but not over-cook them.