Langoustine

Know your product

Nephrops norvegicus is commonly called Langoustine, Norway Lobster, Dublin Bay Prawn or True Scampi. It measures from 10–25 cm long. It’s omnivorous, even if it prefers to eat shellfish or mollusks. Its flesh is appreciated for being delicate and fine, and is similar in taste to the Lobster. It’s rich in protein, calcium, phosphorous, and iron. Our langoustines mainly come from the Northeast Atlantic Ocean, the North Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.

How to buy

Choose fresh and shiny Langoustines, with a pleasant sea smell. Avoid those with a slight ammoniac odor.

how to keep

Keep fresh or cooked Langoustines in the fridge for 24 hours, or for a month in the freezer.

Tips

Avoid cooking Langoustines for too long or they will lose their delicateness and flavor.

Seasonality

Jan.
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Fé.
no
Mars
yes
Avr.
yes
Mai
yes
Juin
yes
Jui.
yes
Ao.
yes
Sep.
yes
Oct.
no
Nov.
no
Dé.
no

Recipe

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