Member's Mark Popcorn Shrimp (2 lbs.)
Why we love this
Be it a busy weeknight or a special occasion, this easy to prepare popcorn shrimp makes the perfect go-to appetizer or protein upgrade to your meal!
About this item
- Jumbo popcorn shrimp
- 55-65 shrimp per pound
- 9g protein per serving
- About 11 shrimp per serving
- Can be baked or deep-fried
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This item may be unavailable from time to time.
Member's Mark™ Popcorn Shrimp (2 lbs.) are easy to prepare and perfect for any occasion. There are 55-65 shrimp per pound, making them a convenient size for snacking or meals.
How Do You Prepare These Member's Mark Popcorn Shrimp?
These can be baked or deep fried. Cook these popcorn shrimp in the oven, and they will be ready in 14 minutes. If you deep fry them, they are ready in 2 1/2 minutes. About 11 shrimp make a serving.
Keep frozen, cook from frozen and cook thoroughly. Read the box for complete instructions.
What Foods Go Well with Popcorn Shrimp?
Serve these jumbo popcorn shrimp as an appetizer with tartar sauce and a lemon wedge, or use them in a po'boy. They will also match well with your favorite nachos, dips, salad, tacos, wraps and bowls. Many popcorn shrimp recipes suggest pairing them with a cocktail sauce, either store-bought or homemade.
When serving Member's Mark Popcorn Shrimp as your main dish, try sides such as: garlic parmesan roasted potatoes; sautéed baby carrots and green peas; a vegetable salad with a lemon vinaigrette; grilled or steamed vegetables; roasted, fried or mashed potatoes; angel hair pasta in a light creamy or lemony sauce; or the superfood quinoa.
Nutritional Value of Popcorn Shrimp
Shrimp by themselves are low in calories and fat. Of course, adding the breading to popcorn shrimp -- which are small shrimp -- changes the nutritional value. They still, however, contain 9 grams of protein per serving.
To make this popcorn shrimp as healthy as possible when frying, use a heart-healthy oil, such as olive oil or sunflower oil, rather than butter, lard or palm oil. Avoid overheating the oil, which will cause the shrimp to absorb more of it.
An even healthier preparation is to bake them in the oven, rather than frying.