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    What to do with Fresh Crab Meat? In the UK!

    FranOnTheEdge
    Wed Aug 24, 2011 12:00 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    Hi, I have some fresh crab meat that I removed from a crab, I need some recipies urgently, no chilli, no coriander, no hot fiery stuff - and only ingredients found in the UK, and preferably stuff likely to be already in a kitchen.

    I was thinking about Orzo pasta, but it's not essential (I have other pasta, or rice or couscous or bulgar wheat, potatoes,) ditto
    dried mushrooms
    large fresh tomatoes (I have lots)
    Basil (got a big plant on windowsill)
    and lots more
    any ideas?

    Oh and is it alright to eat all of the crab meat? I've removed the weird stuff like dead mens fingers etc - boy did they make me jump when I finally got the crab open!
    And I'm left with this:



    Is it okay to eat the orange and yellow meat as well as the white?
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