Chilli Sauce Crabs

Well, I didn't cook the crabs last Friday. I kept them in the ice box. Before I started my journey to Taiping last Sunday, I had taken out the crabs from the ice box and put them in the fridge. 

When I reached home after my Taiping trip,  I called the boss and asked if he wanted to eat crabs. He said, 'Why not?' So I cooked the rice for the four of us and then prepared the ginger, the beaten eggs and the sauce. I just used the Maggi Chilli Sauce.

First I heated up the oil and fried the ginger till fragrant. Then I fried the crabs and covered them for some time. When they were cooked, I poured the sauce mixed with some water and a pinch of salt onto the crabs. 

Simmered them till almost dried. Poured the beaten eggs onto them and covered for a while. Stirred them up, I turned off the fire.

My Chilli Sauce crabs

We enjoyed eating them as it was a holiday. We wouldn't enjoy eating them if  we were working.

By the way, it's already a new month and I would like to announce my regular commenters for September. They are:
Mun, TM, Sharon and Hayley. 
They had commented on every single post.
So make sure you don't miss even one post.
Anyway, thank you all for your support!

Thanks to all my dearest readers, including the silent ones.




Comments

  1. Wow... looks really yummylicious. it's been awhile since I eat crabs. this makes me drool!

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    1. It was indeed yummy! It has been ages since the last time I fried crabs..

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  2. Eating crabs at home is the best as you can take your own sweet time to slowly savour them.

    Congrats to TM, Hayley and Sharon! Let us all support Wenn every day for her dedication in blogging daily.

    Good night Wenn. Sweet dreams.

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    1. Yes, it's always best to eat crabs at home..

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  3. Wenn- another delicious post, friend:-)


    Aloha

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  4. ooooo...I love crabs too! Buying them from the market is very much cheaper than eating outside...

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  5. chili sauce crabs is nice also, this was one of the earliest way of cooking crabs i guess (before all the different types like buttered, curry, salted eggs, marmite etc we have now).. the sauce is sure nice to go with rice or bread.. :)

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    1. that's the only way I love to do it..

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  6. congratulations to Mun, TM, Sharon and Hayley.. they are sure your loyal and frequent readers and commenters!! surely deserve a gift from you.. :)

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    1. Hello Thambee!!!!!!! How come your name is not in the list?? Phiak your head!

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    2. SK is my regular reader but he purposely missed commenting on a post or two..

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    3. i am not only regular but loyal reader, hahaha!! i comment not because of the gifts, so doesn't matter if i commented on every single post or i've just missed one or two~~ :)

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    4. Yes, you are one of my most loyal readers. Thanks for your support, SK!

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  7. Yums...the crabs look absolutely delicious. :)

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  8. Oh, i am one of the top commenters for sept, hehe....

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  9. Congratulations to Mun, TM, Hayley too... :)

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    1. Congratulations to you. Congratulations to me! Muahahaha

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    2. yes, congrats to the four of you..
      thanks for leaving comments on my every single post..

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  10. I love crabs but never cook them because I don't know how to clean and prepare them. hehe.

    Yeap, a new month again. 2013 only left 3 months to go.

    Congrats to the regular commenters. :)

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    1. get yr husband to cut them..
      and the rest you should be able to manage..

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  11. looks good and sounds easy to prepare :)

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  12. You make it sound so easy, Wenn. Thanks for sharing. Everyone must have enjoyed it.

    Congrats to the top commenters.

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  13. Good morning wenn!

    I love chili sauce crabs! But I'd prefer to eat crabs at home, more 'convenient', LOL!

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    1. Oh you're welcome, hehe~

      Congrats to the rest of the top commenters!

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    2. Chilli sauce crabs taste great..

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  14. I think I want crab for dinner tonight. Huhu!

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    1. haha..you may have to buy them first..

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  15. yummy crabs one of my fav apart from prawns :P

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  16. Honestly, this WENNder Chef makes cooking sound so easy! You never failed to impress and influence me a bit. Now I cut pineapples so easily like an expert already and I am happy as I always thought it was the hardest chore!

    I also started to use left over tea bags to soak my drinking bottles overnight to get rid of the pong! It works!

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    1. haha..it sounds easy as I have been a chef for so long..
      glad to hear that my tips work..

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  17. I love crabs like crazy but I will never cook them as my wife is allergic. I want to start frying my own fish when your recipe comes out.

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    1. I love frying fish for my kids..
      they loved it fried than steamed..

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  18. I have a craving for crabs lately and your post doesn't seems helping! :P

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    1. haha..then you should just go hunt for it..

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  19. I like crab...such a long time didn't get a chance to have any of this already!!! =[

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