Sunday, June 21, 2015

Crab with Ginger and Garlic in Chili Sauce

Today was a great day for cooking because it was not that hot.

I went to Farmer's Market in the morning because Kuya wanted to eat seafood on Father's Day. They could not go out and celebrate because Renzo and Sophia are both sick, down with the flu.

I bought shrimps, pusit and crabs for Kuya. He gave me a medium sized steamed alimango. I did not want to eat it plain as the day. So I experimented.

Crab with Ginger and Garlic in Chili Sauce

1 pc. 500 g. medium sized crab, (cleaned, steamed and quartered)

1/4 C. Cooking oil

2 T. Ginger, sliced thinly then chopped

2 T. Garlic, chopped

White part onion leeks, sliced into 1 inch length

Green part of the onion leeks, sliced thinly for garnishing


2 T. Cholimex or Maggi Chili Sauce

1 T. Heinz Tomato ketchup

2 t. Kikkoman soysauce

2 t. Oyster sauce

2 t. White sugar

2 T. Water.

Mix the ingredients for the sauce in a bowl and set aside.

Heat the oil in the wok. Add the garlic, ginger and white part of the leeks. When fragrant, add the quartered crab.

Pour in the sauce. Simmer until thick. Transfer onto a serving plate and garnish with the green part of the leeks.


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