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Can you defrost frozen cooked prawns quickly?

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Take the prawns out of the freezer and place them in a large colander. Place it in running water (make sure the water is cold) for a few minutes, moving the prawns so they can evenly defrost. Do NOT use warm water as this will unevenly defrost the prawns and can even start cooking the outside.

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