We are lucky enough to catch lots of our own crabs, so I'm always on the lookout for interesting recipes to use this yummy ingredient! This recipe from TASTE can be served for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Taste's recipe of the day. I made this the other night-it was great. The two teaspoons oil, ginger, garlic and salt and pepper were my additions to the original recipe ( I just can't make a curry without ginger and garlic) I made this in a 4 cup ovenproof dish rather than the one cup ones.
I came up with this as a side for a fish curry we ate last night. I have a hand held tool that shreds carrots in long strips. You could just grate the carrot if you don't have the same. I'm in a remote area so used dried mint, feel free to use fresh as I would if I could get it!
We are catching plenty of fish right now so I need ways to use them! I found this on the Bigpond site, but changed it to suit us and the ingredients I had on hand. We have a tiny oven so took the head off our fish so's it'd fit, but you can leave yours on if you prefer. We used a spangled emperor which is a relative of snapper and bream. We thought this was delicious.
I make and we eat a lot of sushi. I love the idea of this-a slice or bar, that's cut into dainty pieces rather than rolling which can be messy and itme consuming. I got the recipe from Better Homes and Gardens magazine.
A combination of several recipes I found on line. Quinces are quite tough (but not impossible) to peel-use a sharp knife and take a bit of care and you'll be fine. Get rid of all the woody bits when removing the cores. Quinces develop a much nicer colour if made a day or two before serving and will keep in the fridge for up to a week.
We've been away catching lots of yabbies (crawfish) for the past week. I made this last night and want to make it again soon for some of the family. We tried to extract raw meat from the tails for this, but found it too hard so cooked our yabbies quickly in salted water, then went on with the recipe. You could use shrimp/prawns in this too.