The brown shrimp (also known as crangon crangon, bay shrimp or sand shrimp) is a small shellfish, similar in appearance to the prawn but with a much smaller body.
Here in the UK, brown shrimps are probably best known in the form of potted shrimp from Morcombe Bay, but can also be used to accompany many delicious recipes on the side or as a stand alone main ingredient! (We're talking buttered and then served on toast).
We advise cooking the shrimps in a classic beurre noisette with capers and parsley, and pairs with the underused cut of fish; the skate wing but the dish would work well with any white fish, particularly flat fish such as plaice or sole
Size: 100g, 454g
Ingredients & Allergens
Storage & Cooking Guidelines
KEEP Refrigerated around 1-4°C.
KEEP FROZEN -18°C or below.