Black pepper crab

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Black Pepper Crab
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Black Peppered Crab
Course Main course
Place of origin Singapore
Region or state Singapore
Creator Singaporean
Serving temperature Hot temperature
Main ingredients Crab, black pepper seasoning
Cookbook:Black Pepper Crab  Black Pepper Crab

Black pepper crab is one of the two most popular ways that crab is served in Singapore. It is made with hard-shell crabs, and fried with black pepper. Unlike the other popular chilli crab dish, it is not cooked in a sauce and has a drier, peppery flavour. It is becoming very popular to mix the pepper crab with a fresh jackfruit sauce.

The creation of Singapore's black pepper crab is attributed to Long Beach Seafood Restaurant in 1959.[1]

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