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Quick and Healthy Prawn Recipes

  By posted Oct 12th 2012
Healthy Living

Prawns are naturally very low in fat, but can be quite high in cholesterol – there is around 195mg per 100g of meat. However, this is still less than a single egg. They’re brilliantly versatile – you can swap them out for chicken or fish in most of the dishes you would cook – and they are rich in zinc, iron and omega-3 fatty acids. Prawns are also quite handy as they can be bought ready-cooked or cooked up in a matter of minutes. Don’t over-cook them though – you’ll know they’re over done if they curl up very tightly. Try these quick, easy and healthy recipes and thank us later... *Images courtesy: © Thinkstock photos/ Getty Images 


 

 

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