If you are a seafood lover, then head on over to the Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel.
Until the 29th March, Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel will feature a variety of prawns for dinner every Friday.
Whether grilled, baked, fried, or steamed, prawns account as one of the most popular seafood. We all know how difficult it is to cook, where overcooked prawns are rubbery and hard. Let the chefs of Brasserie Chic Restaurant take care of it all. They will prepare several recipes for the occasion, including Garlic butter prawns and Peri-Peri prawns, all accompanied with saffron rice or French-fries.
Prawns are packed with proteins that are essential to functions such as building of muscle mass, repair of damaged tissues, production of new proteins and energy. Three ounces (85 grams) of shrimp or prawns contain approximately 18 grams of protein.
Prawns are a super low-fat source of protein along with nutrients like calcium, phosphorus and potassium. Known to be a great source of vitamin A and E. Prawns are also good source of unsaturated fats, which is said to make up the majority of its fat content.
Besides being a good source of protein, prawns are also relatively low in calories; a 3-ounce serving has only 85 calories. Compared to most other meats, prawns rank lower and thus are very good for keeping the calorie count down and maintaining a good weight.
Selenium is an important antioxidant that is essential for the functioning of the immune system. You can get nearly 50% of the daily value of selenium in only 3 ounces (85 grams). Moreover, the type of selenium found in shellfish is very well absorbed by the human body.
Prawns are sometimes criticized for their high cholesterol content. However, just like any other fish, they are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids. Prawns are also an excellent source of unsaturated fats that help improve blood cholesterol levels. So enjoy unlimited prawns with friends, colleagues or the family and give a good start to the week-end!//= $no_script_html_string ?>