Cooking & preparation instructions
Overnight Thaw: Place bag on a leak proof dish and thaw in refrigerator overnight. Remove shrimp from packaging and drain for 2 – 3 minutes.
Quick Thaw: Remove shrimp from packaging and place in colander under cold running water for 5 – 8 minutes or until thawed. Drain for 2 – 3 minutes.
• Heat 1 – 2 Tbsp of olive oil or butter over MEDIUM-HIGH heat
• Add shrimp and saute for 2 minutes per side, turning once; season to taste with sea salt and fresh ground black pepper
• Place shrimp in a single layer on a non-stick baking sheet; brush lightly with olive oil or melted butter and season to taste with sea salt and fresh ground black pepper
• Preheat oven to 425°F (220°C) or set to broil
• Bake/broil for 3 – 5 minutes, turning once
• Marinated shrimp in your favorite marinade for a maximum of 4 hours in the refrigerator
• Remove shrimp from marinade and grill over MEDIUM-HIGH heat for 2 – 3 minutes per side
Since appliances vary, these instructions are guidelines only.
- 2 lb
All sizes are available in all package weight option.
16 - 20 21 - 25 26 - 30 31 - 40 41 - 50 51 - 60 61 - 70 71 - 90 91 - 110 Large Broken
Shrimp Size Chart
Understanding shrimp sizing can be tricky. Chances are, you’ve noticed a number on the front of a bag of shrimp. Is it referring to the size of the shrimp or the number of shrimp in the bag? In most cases, it’s referring to the actual size. Shrimp size is designated by “count per pound”; meaning, if the number reads “26/30 ct/lb,” that is the number of shrimp per each pound. The lower the number of shrimp per pound, the larger the shrimp, and vice versa.
Note, there is no standard definition for the descriptor of each size designation; it can vary from retailer to retailer. This table is a helpful guide to assist you in understanding shrimp sizing:
|Shrimp Count per Pound||Size Description|
|16/20 – 21/25||Jumbo|
|41/50 – 51/60||Medium|
|61/70 – 71/90||Small|