Costco Shrimp Tempura, Kirkland Signature 30 Count


This is a must buy item for everyone! Unless you’re allergic, you should try this Costco Shrimp Tempura at least once. Costco sells this 30 count box of shrimp tempura. It is equivalent to 2.35 pounds of shrimp, with the price per pound at $7.10. Scroll down for photos. You can see that they come individually wrapped in a 5 pack. So you end up receiving 6 individual 5 packs of shrimp. For someone like me, this is great, because it will help to prevent me from binging & eating 30 in a row. My younger nephews even love these, so even if you think you’re kids won’t like them, have them at least try it. It comes with some delicious dipping sauce too. I am a fan of them plain, but for those of you who like the sauce, no need to worry. Here are a few more details about this Costco shrimp tempura……

  • 30 Count Kirkland Signature Shrimp Tempura
  • Crispy Tempura Batter
  • Bake in the oven
  • Dipping Soy Sauce Included
  • Product of Vietnam – Farm Raised
  • Directions – Cook in the oven

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Costco Tempura Shrimp, Kirkland Signature


Now if you’re going to enjoy these, make sure to only eat a few. They are high in fat & cholesterol. The serving size is only 3 shrimp too. It’s pretty easy to scarf down a package or 2. You’ve been warned! They’re really simple to cook too. The cooking instructions are to bake for 7 – 8 minutes at 400 degrees. Doesn’t get much simpler than placing them on a tray in an oven. The directions are on the back of the box in the photos below. If you want to attempt your own recipe of shrimp tempura, make sure to check out the popular kikkoman batter mix below. You can also purchase some shrimp tempura for delivery via Whole Foods/Amazon. Check out the following links……

Price: $16.69, Item Number: 1251702

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13 thoughts on “Costco Shrimp Tempura, Kirkland Signature 30 Count

  1. With the new packaging (greener?),how the hell do you open the bag inside the box so that it will be resealable?

  2. Sorry but I need to disagree on this item. I have purchased the Panko Shrimp from Costco for years and love them. I expected these to be the same, but I felt like I was eating shrimp flavored tempura bread. I scrape off about half of the coating before eating so I can actually feel that I am eating shrimp!

    1. Fair enough. I won’t argue with that. I really enjoy the Panko topping & I am quite the opposite. Sometimes I scrape off the coating, just so I can eat the coating =). Either way I hope you enjoy them. Thanks for stopping by

      1. Thanks for the tip on that Judy. I know a lot of people watch their sodium intake, so that is good to know.

  3. I love these shrimp, but like everything at Costco, when you go back to buy more, there is none.

    1. Ya. I’m chuckling because it’s the same story that everyone has about Costco, including myself! Still happens to me all the time. I find a product I like & think to myself…..I’ll grab that next time. Of course, it’s gone the next time I go to Costco. This is an item that should be in stock most of the time though. It’s a Kirkland Signature product & I’m guessing you’ll see it back in stock sooner rather than later. Let me know

  4. Just a heads up – its 7-8 minutes before you flip them for another 7-8 minutes. So its about 14-16 minutes total baking time.

      1. I have purchased these a number of times and we like them. Because I’m lazy, I cheat to avoid having to flip them. I put a cooling rack on a baking sheet which allows both sides to crisp up at the same time (I do this with fries too).

        I’m not too fond of the sauce that comes with it though. Instead, I mix some shredded coconut, crushed pineapple, and a coconut pineapple yogurt together to use as a dipping sauce.

        1. Ha! That’s a great idea. I like the ingenuity. Good to know about the sauce. I enjoy the sauce, but take that with a grain of salt because I like everything. Sounds like you put plenty of effort in the sauce to make up for the laziness in cooking them =). Thanks for the comment and the tips!

    1. So glad you told me. I only ‘Googled’ this item for the cooking directions as I threw away the box after I used the first tray.

      1. Good. I’m glad I was able to help. Funny thing is I do the same thing & use my own site for cooking directions sometimes. Glad I was able to help

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