Longjing Shrimp

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Stir-fried Shrimps with Longjing Tea Leaves, a famous Hangzhou dish, is named after the ingredients of the high-quality Longjing tea and shrimp. The finished dish features white and tender shrimp and green tea leaves, looks beautiful and tastes very refreshing.

Nutrition and Efficacy

Shrimp is rich in collagen, amino acid, calcium, phosphorus, iron and other minerals, featuring delicious taste and rich nutrition; green tea contains a variety of vitamins, and it can soften blood vessels and lower cholesterol. Therefore, Stir-fried Shrimps with Longjing Tea Leaves is a healthy food very suitable for kids and the old.


Not Suitable For

  1. Asthmatic patients: eating shrimp can irritate the throat and cause tracheospasm.
  2. Uterine fibroid patients: shrimp can lead to deterioration.
  3. Those prone to diarrhea when eating cold food and those with weak gastrointestinal function should eat less to avoid stomachache and diarrhea.
  4. Those suffering from gout, hyperuricemia and arthritis should not eat shrimp because the high purine can result the deposition of uric acid crystals in joints and aggravate the condition.
  5. Some susceptible people may show allergic symptoms to shrimp, such as red spots and swellings and they'd better not eat shrimp.

Nutrient Content

project Data / 100g NRVs ( %) project Data / 100g NRVs ( %)
Heat 75.9kcal 3.8 Dietary fiber 0g 0
protein 13.8g 24 calcium 260.7mg 32.6
Carbohydrate 0.7g 0.2 iron 3.3mg 22
fat 1.9g 3.2 sodium 111.2mg 5.6
Saturated fat 0.5g 2.5 Potassium 272.9mg 13.6
cholesterol 191.1mg 63.7      

Raw material ratio: 500 grams of river prawn, 1 gram of Longjing, 30 grams of egg white

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