The Pink Argentine Shrimp, AKA Patagonian Argentine Red Shrimp are a sustainable, wild caught shrimp. They live in the icy waters of Patagonia sea,not far from Antarctica. The Argentinean fishery is controlled by a state body that outlines a set of regulations with the objective of governing and preserving the maximum sustainability of the species.
Leading chefs are raving that this is one of the best eating shrimp in the world. The flavor is sweet and closely resembles the taste of lobster. This species has a thick, hard shell and the texture of the protected meat is tender and delicate. These shrimp can be cooked just like any other shrimp, but be careful not to over season these shrimp to enjoy the spectacular flavor these shrimp bring to your table.
When cooking these shrimps, be careful not to overcook. Typical cooking time is 1-2 minutes depending on cooking procedure, this is about half the amount of time as you would other shrimps. These shrimps are pink in color both raw and cooked, typically shrimp turn pink or orange once they are cooked, so when cooking these shrimp, you need to watch the amount of time they are cooking and should be cooked to an internal temperature of 165°