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"Aligue" or crab fat is considerably cholesterol-rich that goes along with other sinfully savory foods, like lechon or bagnet. Its rich, "umami" goodness can drown us with pleasure that just a tablespoon of it is enough to give us that filling treat.
Crab fat is also best included in pasta and "palabok" sauces. In Pampanga, crab fats are a familiar trade due to the province's riverine feature. Everyone knows how simple it is to prepare: saute garlic with the crab fat and squeeze local lime (dayap) or calamansi in it.
To cut off the rich taste of crab rice, it is amazing to pair it with fruits like the sliced apples with berry yoghurt that taste just terrific. The sweet succulence and slight sourness of green apples are always an interesting taste, both young and adults will like!
Crab rice with egg and crab sticks
CRAB RICE WITH EGG AND CRAB STICKS
1 tablespoon ginger, minced
1 tablespoon garlic, minced
1 small onion, minced
3 tablespoons cooking oil
6 cups cooked rice
6 to 8 pcs. crab meat sticks, cut by half an inch
6 to 8 pcs. squid balls, cut into two
1 scrambled egg, shredded
salt to taste
1. Saute minced garlic till lightly browned. Add onions and cook till translucent.
2. Add ginger and continue cooking for about two minutes. Add sliced squid balls till golden brown.
3. Add sliced crab sticks and shredded scrambled eggs.
4. Combined cooked rice and cook to desired toastiness.
5. Season with salt. Serve.
Green apples with berry yoghurt
GREEN APPLES WITH BERRY YOGHURT
2 green apples
1 cup berry-flavored yoghurt
1 cup prunes
1. Peel the luscious, green apples then slice.
2. Pour the berry-flavored yoghurt and sprinkle the prunes.