Nutritional Value Facts
A person normally requires a 2000 calorie diet daily. Based on this, the nutritional breakdown of 100 grams of Sand Lobster (Seafood) is as follows:
- Protein: 11 grams
- Cholesterol: 38 milligrams
- Calories: 236 calories
- Carbohydrates: 16 grams
- Fats: 15 grams per serving
- Sodium: 336 milligrams
- Calcium: 36 milligrams
The wellbeing benefits of Sand Lobster (Seafood) are:
- Vitamin E: It protects the body from free radicals, nourishes the skin from within.
- Zinc: The presence of zinc ensures that leptin is formed to create hormone balance, and cures the body of bacteria and other viruses.
- Healthy Fats: It contains good fats from Omega-3 fatty acids that ensure good immunity, eye and heart health and even building memory power.
- Phosphorus: It builds bone strength and prevents cases of osteoporosis and arthritis issues.
- Lower Blood Pressure: Lower fats, means lesser blood clots in arteries and that controls blood pressure fluctuations.
- Cure for Depression: As the healthy fats in lobsters soothe the brain, it helps to cure depression, improves sleep, and reduces anxiety.
We supply Frozen Sand Lobster in whole portions, cleaned and ready to be boiled, baked, or roasted as per your recipe.
Texture & Taste
Sand Lobster texture is soft, juicy, moist, and develops a beautiful white color once cooked.
The taste of the Sand Lobster is definitely sweeter with a slight salt tinge than shrimps and prawns and does not have any fishy taste or sandy flavor. They are good for poaching recipes, and the shell comes easily once cooked.
If Sand Lobster is on your menu, make sure that you cook it just right or else it will get rubbery. Use only a few spices so that the sweetness of the lobster is not lost. You can try Naadan Kerala Lobster masala cooked with onions, tomatoes, and a few whole spices. Or even lobsters tossed in creamy mushroom gravy are a great dinner recipe.