This is a
list of crab dishes. Crabs live in all the world's oceans, in fresh water, and on land, are generally covered with a thick exoskeleton and have a single pair of claws. Crab meat is the meat found within a crab. It is used in many cuisines across the world.
Crab dishes [ edit ]
Bisque (food) – a smooth, creamy, highly seasoned soup of French origin, classically based on a strained broth ( coulis) of crustaceans. It can be made from lobster, crab, shrimp or crayfish.
Black pepper crab – 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 less heavy due to the absence of a sauce.
Bún riêu – is served with tomato Bún riêu cua broth and topped with crab or shrimp paste.
Chilli crab – a seafood dish popular in Singapore. Mud crabs are commonly used and are stir-fried in a semi-thick, sweet and savory tomato and chilli based sauce.
Corn crab soup – a dish found in Chinese cuisine, American Chinese cuisine, and Canadian Chinese cuisine, it is actually cream of corn soup with egg white and crab meat or imitation crab meat added.
Crab cake – a variety of fishcake which is popular in the United States composed of crab meat and various other ingredients, such as bread crumbs, milk, mayonnaise, eggs, yellow onions, and seasonings.
Crab dip – typically prepared with cream cheese and lump crab meat.
Crab ice cream – a Japanese creation, [1 ] it is described as having a sweet taste. The island of [2 ] Hokkaido, Japan, is known for manufacturing crab ice cream. [3 ]
Crab in oyster sauce – a Chinese seafood dish of crab served in savoury oyster sauce. It is a popular dish in Asia, that can be found from China, Singapore, Indonesia to the Philippines. [4 ]
Crab in Padang sauce or Padang crab ( Indonesian: ) – an Kepiting saus Padang Indonesian seafood dish of crab served in hot and spicy Padang sauce. It is a popular dish in Indonesia. [5 ]
Crab rangoon – deep-fried dumpling appetizers served in American Chinese and, more recently, Thai restaurants, stuffed with a combination of cream cheese, lightly flaked crab meat (more commonly, canned crab meat or imitation crab meat), with scallions, and/or garlic.
Deviled crab – a crab meat croquette. The crab meat is slowly sauteed with seasonings, breaded (traditionally with stale Cuban bread), rolled into the approximate shape of a rugby football or a small potato, and deep fried. [6 ]
Gejang – a variety of , salted fermented seafood in jeotgal Korean cuisine, which is made by marinating fresh raw crabs either in ( ganjang soy sauce) or in a sauce based on chili pepper powder. Njandu roast -
Kerala style crab roast. [7 ]
Soft-shell crab – a culinary term for crabs which have recently molted their old exoskeleton and are still soft. [8 ]
West Indies salad – a variation of crab meat ceviche that originated in the Mobile, Alabama area and is still a regional seafood delicacy enjoyed today. [9 ] [10 ]
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ Derbyshire, David (June 11, 2001). "Crab ice cream is simply a matter of taste". The Telegraph . Retrieved . 6 April 2014
^ McCullough, Fran (2003). . Simon and Schuster. pp. 120–. The Good Fat Cookbook ISBN 9780743238588.
^ Wilson, Lindsay Cameron (2005). . New Holland Publishers. pp. 6–. Ice Cream!: Delicious Ice Creams for All Occasions ISBN 9781843309796.
^ Manny Montala (5 January 2014). "Crabs in Oyster Sauce". Panlasang Pinoy . Retrieved . 28 May 2014
^ Ita (4 April 2011). "Kepiting Saos Padang Pak Moel, Mantap!" (in Indonesian). Kompas.com . Retrieved . 4 June 2014
^ Deviled Crab Rolls Recipe
^ CiCi Williamson, Garry Pound & Willard Scott (2008). "Shellfish and fish". . The Best of Virginia Farms Cookbook and Tour Book: Recipes, People, Places Menasha Ridge Press. pp. 60–87. ISBN 978-0-89732-657-5.
^ Stern, Jane; Stern, Michael (2009). . Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. pp. 208–210. 500 Things to Eat Before It's Too Late: And the Very Best Places to Eat Them ISBN 0547059078.
^ The Ultimate Ladies' Lunch Recipe: West Indies Salad | The Kitchn
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