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Why are my prawns rubbery?

Asked: Ben, Last Updated:

If you add in the shrimp to your dish too early, then they get heat for too long and end up “tough and rubbery”. They (along with many other meat/protein) don't need a lot of cooking time, typically just a few minutes on the heat. Well the reason is that prawns are highly perishable, and cook really fast.

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