1/2 lb (227g) Jumbo Shrimp 2 Tbsp Olive Oil 1 Fresh Lime 1 Garlic Clove 1/2 Tsp Paprika 1/4 Tsp Ground Black Pepper 1/4 Tsp Fish Seasoning 1/4 Tsp Ginger Powder 1 Tbsp Hot Sauce Salt PREPARATIONS: 1- Clean the shrimps. DIRECTIONS: 1- Pour olive oil into a bowl. 2- Squeeze a fresh lime into the bowl. 3- Mash garlic into the bowl. 4- Add paprika, ground black pepper, fish seasoning, ginger powder, hot sauce, and few pinches of salt to the mixture, and stir thoroughly until well mixed. 5- Take a zip bag, place the cleaned shrimps into the bag and add the mixture to it. 6- Zip the bag up tight. 7- Shake and rub the marinate into shrimps. 8- Keep the bag into a refrigerator for about three hours (marinate). 9- Skewer the marinated shrimps on a wooden skewer. 10- Heat a grill pan for few minutes before grilling the shrimps. 11- Grill the shrimps.Read More
Jumbo Shrimp Calories & Nutrition Values
Jumbo shrimps are a great source of protein. 3.5 lb (100g) grams of jumbo shrimps contain 15 grams of proteins. Few ounces of jumbo shrimp can give you almost half of your daily protein needed. Jumbo shrimps are very high in vitamin B12 and minerals such as iron and selenium and phosphorus. They are full of antioxidants. High amounts of vitamin B12 is very beneficial to your heart and brain. Sufficient amount of vitamin B12 consumption is very critical to keep your red blood cells and nerves healthy. 3.5 lb (100g) of Jumbo Shrimps has 126 calories and 74 calories from fat. It contains 963mg of sodium and 2.8g of carbohydrates. Jumbo Shrimps are a bit high in cholesterol.Read More
NOON KHAMEI NUTRITIONAL VALUES & CALORIES
Noon Khamei (noon: bread, Khamei: Creamy) is an iranian puff pastry.
Each Noon Khamei (cream puff pastry) or 1.8 ounces (51 grams) of it, has 121 calories.
nutritional factsServing Size 51g
Amount Per Serving
Calories 121 Calories from fat 87
Total Fat 9.7g 15%
Saturated Fat 5.8g 29%
Cholesterol 61mg 20%
Sodium 68mg 3%
Total Carbohydrates 6.4 2%
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