camaron

camaron

(ˌkæməˈrəʊn; ˈkæməˌrɒn)
n
(Animals) a freshwater crustacean resembling the crayfish
[C19: from Spanish camarón shrimp, from Latin cammarus crayfish]
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A more normal fare was the Aguachile de Camaron (shrimp aguachile), a dish similar to ceviche.
Ecologia del reclutamiento del camaron azul Litopenaeus stylirostris (Stimpson, 1871) en el Alto Golfo de California.
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For example: "Morisqueta Tostada" is actually Yangchow fried rice; "Camaron Rebosado" and "Camaron Rellenado" are variations of shrimp-based Chinese culinary delights that are not complete without the sweet-and-sour dip.
The image was allegedly found on a noticeboard at the El Palmar del Camaron beach campsite.
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