There are 130 calories in a 30 gram serving of prawn crackers. They are high in saturated fats but they are low in cholesterol and sugar.
Prawn crackers are high in saturated fats because they are a fried food. They are a popular snack in Asia and are commonly called shrimp crackers in the United States. Various versions of prawn crackers are produced by different countries in Asia.
The three primary ingredients in prawn crackers are prawns, tapioca and water. The crackers have a shelf life of up to three months without any added preservatives. They can last for up to nine months if preservatives are used.