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how to clean crab in less than 60 seconds? (easy method)

How to clean crab?

“How do one clean a crab? They look so difficult to cut and clean that most crab lovers are petrified at the thought!” Not anymore! This article will show the easiest way to clean a crab in under a minute.

Creamy Ginger Prawns (Shrimp) served with garden salad

Creamy Ginger Prawns (Shrimp)

Tasty prawns (shrimps) with warm aroma of ginger, with mellow richness of silky cream, mild fieriness from chilies and black pepper, all topped up with fresh coriander leaves – pure bliss!

What memories does a tasty plate of seafood evoke? Is it about seashores, or great beaches were you have been to, or fun times at some fantastic vacations, or a great restaurant you have visited?

Caramel Custard

Caramel Custard

If you want to make a beautiful, elegant dessert without having to worry about spending a lot of time executing it, look no further! Caramel Custard is that ultimate delight!! Made with ingredients that you’ll always have handy at home, this classic pudding is a visual treat and offers a wonderful note to end your dinners.

Papada vada (batter fried papad/popadum/appalam)

Pappada Vada (batter fried papad)

Made with a handful of ingredients, pappada vada is a crispy snack ideal for your evening tea. Mix the ingredients, make a batter, dip, and fry the papadams – it takes only a few minutes. You’ll be surprised at how the papadam transforms into a signature snack.

Homemade Fish Cutlet/Croquette

Homemade Fish Cutlet/Croquette

While we were growing up (and even now), my parents were always against junk (fast) food. They firmly believed, rightfully so, in the importance of having tasty, healthy, home-cooked food. My mom was a stay-at-home mom, and she used to cook all these great snacks that we gorged on after coming back from school in the evening. These fish cutlets were one such home-made snack that we looked forward to. Made fresh with fish, potatoes, spices, and filling up the kitchen with the delicious smell of fried breadcrumbs, this is definitely one of the chart toppers if I have to pick my favourites.

Avial (Aviyal/Kerala Mixed Vegetable Curry)

Avial (Aviyal/Kerala Mixed Vegetable Curry)

If you have been to a traditional Kerala feast (Sadya), at a wedding, a ceremony, or a festival like Onam, you would have definitely come across and tasted Avial (Aviyal), served alongside twenty or more other vegetarian dishes, and felt amazed how elegantly it stood out as the hero on the plate (or the plantain leaf in truly traditional instances).

Burmese Khow Suey (Curried Noodle Soup)

Burmese Khow Suey (Curried Noodle Soup)

If something can be called a bowl of happiness, this could well be it. Khow Suey is a delicious noodle dish from Burma made with egg noodles, curried chicken and coconut milk. Served with a variety of condiments, each spoon full of soup you eat will be bursting with flavours! Khow Suey is probably the first thing that comes to mind when you think about Burmese cuisine. ÔŅľ