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    As a starter dish, one small crayfish will serve two people. As a main, one crayfish per person. Buy the cray cooked or cook it yourself. Keep the cray intact (don't remove head) slice in half down the length of the cray with large sharp knife, slice the tail first then turn and slice head, careful not to separate head from tail. Wash under running tap removing all yucky stuff; drain. Carefully remove tail meat and chop into bite size pieces. Put empty shells on oven tray, lean them against each other so they are level ready for filling, refrigerate.

    Recipe #214275

    I came up with this recipe by chopping and changing other recipe's. I think the result was fabulous. Try it and let me know what you think. I find the wok is the best way to prepare this.

    Recipe #168563

    Delicious fried rice recipe taught to me by an Asian friend. The rice must be cooked and well dried out before you start. I find my rice cooker does the job perfectly. When the cooker is finished, leave the rice in there for at least another half hour, stirring from the bottom ocassionally to let it dry out.

    Recipe #159007

    2 Reviews |  By abby 12

    An extremely tasty soup, full of veg and seafood. I haven't met anyone who doesn't say oh my god! when they taste it.

    Recipe #117829

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