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How many prawns do I need for 3 adults?

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Allow approx 300-400g (with shells) per person when buying Banana Prawns for groups of 3 or more. When peeled, you can expect a ratio of about 45% delicious prawn meat to 55% shells and heads. If you have a family member who really loves prawns, or if you are buying for 2, allow 500g (in shell) per person.

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