I found this Costco Panko Shrimp right next to the Costco Shrimp Tempura. Scroll for photos. You almost feel obligated to buy both boxes when grabbing one. I mean, you’ve made the effort to open the freezer door to get your 1 box of shrimp. You may as well grab both =). If you’re a fan of seafood, then make sure you try this Kirkland Signature Breaded Shrimp. Yes, it’s frozen, but Costco doesn’t stamp their Kirkland Signature brand on just any old item. This stuff is good (for being frozen). If you’ve tried the shrimp tempura & you like it, you’ll probably like this. Since it’s breaded, it’s not necessarily the healthiest item. Hint: Don’t cook them all at once, because you’ll eat them all at once. Here are a few more details about this Costco Panko Shrimp………
- Kirkland Signature Breaded Panko Shrimp
- 2.5 Pounds
- Cooking Instructions/Directions on back
- Cook 16 – 18 minutes at 400 degrees
- Contains: shrimp, wheat, milk & soy (for allergies)
Kirkland Signature Panko Breaded Shrimp
This is really not a bad deal for seafood. You get 2.5 pounds of shrimp for $17.99. Plus this item does go on sale a couple times of year. You can always stock up since it’s frozen. This is a product of Thailand & the shrimp are farm raised. I know some people are concerned with wild caught vs farm raised, so be aware. If you’re someone who likes to cook their own shrimp, or want to give this recipe a shot, make sure to check out the most popular Panko Bread Crumbs……..
- Kikkoman Panko Japanese Style Toasted Bread Crumbs Food Service Pack 2.5 lbs (1.13 kg)
- Panko Flakes Bread Crumbs Japanese Style
- McCormick Panko Bread Crumbs Italian Herb, 21 Ounce
Price: $17.99, Item Number: 1233570
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