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Can I eat frozen scampi from the supermarket?

(13 Posts)
Rocklover Thu 29-Jul-10 18:39:06

I was under the impression it was fresh/raw shellfish that could be dodgy and definitely not to order it at a resteraunt etc.

But am I ok to eat the scampi we bought? I bloody hope so.

Tarlia Thu 29-Jul-10 18:47:34

So long as you cook it well

misdee Thu 29-Jul-10 18:49:03

eat it. enjoy it.

bibbitybobbityhat Thu 29-Jul-10 18:50:21

Yes. It needs to be cooked first wink.

Alibabaandthe40nappies Thu 29-Jul-10 18:52:38

Aww you beat me to it bibbity grin

Rocklover Thu 29-Jul-10 18:55:04

It needs to be cooked? Dammit I fancied breaking my teeth eating it frozen lol. Dp is cooking it for me, because he is lovely and I am lazy. grin

Tarlia Thu 29-Jul-10 18:56:32

Haha mmm crunchy ;)


Jacksmybaby Thu 29-Jul-10 18:57:59

now I really fancy scampi and chips for dinner... mmmmmhhh...

Tarlia Thu 29-Jul-10 19:01:29

Haha mmm crunchy ;)


Rocklover Thu 29-Jul-10 19:04:01

Scampi and chips....oh so healthy, after all my moaning about my weight yesterday!

Jacksmybaby Thu 29-Jul-10 19:40:32

yeah, but Rocklover am I right in thinking I have seen you on lots of N&V threads recently... in which case I say sod the balanced nutritional diet and go with whatever you can stomach for the time being!

saltnvinigarcrips Thu 29-Jul-10 20:57:48

Tee hee, I had scampi, chips and peas for dinner tonight. Yummy and very easy

judysutty Wed 08-Jun-11 14:44:43

yes! Scampi is great, its a source of long chain omega 3. low in saturated fats. Cook it in the oven for best results.

My two monsters enjoy Whitby Scampi, there are money off vouchers at (30p off)

I also like the hot n spicy prawns.

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