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  • Mussels Provencale

    Weight: 250 g

    Species: Mytilus chilensis

    Caught in their natural habitat, the Pacific Ocean, where they freely grow and develop on the ocean’s rocky bottom, their meat has a slightly salted ocean taste and it’s low in calories and rich in protein.

    After capture, the mussels are marinated in Provencale sauce with garlic and spices.

    Edenia mussels can easily be added to pasta or rice, being one of the simplest methods to prepare seafood.

    • wild caught mussels
    • easy to cook
    • flavored sauce
    • fast and individual freezing (IQF)

    It is recommended to defrost it in the refrigerator 1 hour before cooking.

  • Argentine Red Shrimp

    Weight: 250 g

    Species: Pleoticus muelleri

    Argentine shrimps, also known as red shrimps, are a species of wild caught shrimps growing in the cold and deep waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

    Edenia shrimps are big and their meat is sweet with a Lobster-like flavor and texture.

    • large wild caught shrimps
    • fast and individual freezing (IQF)
    • easy peel
    • 10% glazing

    It is recommended to defrost them in the refrigerator 1 hour before cooking.

  • Sweet Water Shrimps

    Gramaj: 250 g

    Species: Litopenaeus vannamei

    Sweet Water Shrimps are dubbed the Sea Food Kings due to their popularity.

    Edenia Shrimps have a delicately textured sweet meat and they are the most popular choice of seafood.

    • aquaculture
    • no additives
    • peeled and without tail
    • fast and individual freezing (IQF)
    • 10% glazing

    It is recommended to defrost them in the refrigerator 1 hour before cooking.

  • Seafood Cocktail

    Weight: 250 g

    Species: Mytilus edulis mussels, Loligo spp squid rings, Penaeidea shrimps, Loligo spp squid tentacles

     

    A seafood cocktail is the perfect choice for dishes that remind you of exotic holidays. For diversity and ease of preparation, the pack has an equal proportionate mixture of mussels, shrimps, squid rings and tentacles. Edenia Seafood can easily be cooked in a pan, fried in oil, or boiled in a pot.

     

    • wild caught seafood, from the Indian Ocean and North Atlantic Ocean
    • easy to cook
    • glaze 10%
    • fast and individual freezing (IQF)

     

    It is recommended to defrost it in the refrigerator 1 hour before cooking.