____The dish that got people talking about all those crab legs was, of course, the crab legs, which have always been a bit of a mystery.
But thanks to an all-new recipe from The Dungeness Crab and its namesake, a little more information is available now about the crab’s origins.
Dungess crab was first discovered by Christopher Marra, a botanist and professor of botany at the University of Melbourne, who discovered a fossilised specimen on a beach near Melbourne in the early 1900s.
It had a few peculiarities, for instance it had a distinctive head that was about the size of a human thumb and it had no eyes or teeth.
It was also known that the head was connected to the head of the crab, which made it an odd candidate for a delicacy.
So Marra started working on the crab recipe he had seen on a postcard from a fisherman, and after some digging he got a bit too excited to stop and re-watch the video he’d watched of the fossil.
“I thought, ‘Wow, there’s no way that I’m going to make this!’
I said, ‘You’re not going to believe this is real, it’s just been sitting there,'” he said.
So what was the recipe that made this little guy so special?
Marra says that it was cooked with the head, legs and tail in place, and that’s where the real mystery lies.
“You have to cook it slowly and carefully, otherwise you have a chance of getting a nasty burn,” he said, “and the head will start to get browned from being cooked in that manner.”
To get the best flavour and texture, the head and legs are boiled down first, then the body and then the rest of the ingredients are added.
The cooking time is about an hour.
Marra and his team have since published their recipe, which they say is based on a recipe from a Chinese chef named Yang Xiang.
They say the recipe can be tweaked to suit individual preferences, but for now it seems to work well.
“Dungness crabs are extremely hardy, so the cooking time will depend on the water content of the cooking liquid,” Marra said.
“So, you can increase the cooking times by about a half hour.”
While this is a pretty ambitious recipe, it does include plenty of delicious options like grilled Dungess crabs or raw Dungness crab.
And if you’re really into that sort of thing, you might want to try the “taste-test” recipe, where you can try different ingredients.
The recipe for raw Dampened Dunges, which are a very popular dessert, is also out now, but it’s a bit different from the one we’ve been using for a while.
The recipe calls for a sweetened condensed milk, and Marra advises against adding more than half a cup.
This recipe is very popular, and has been around for a long time.
There are a number of different versions, with many people also using this version in the kitchen.
“It’s a little bit of both a bit more traditional and a little less traditional,” Marras said.
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We’ve even been using it for something quite fancy with a cake.”
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The result is an entirely new way of cooking, making it the perfect treat for those of us who are trying to ditch the crab.
“This is a dessert that we think has a lot of potential to become a very, very, well-rounded dessert,” Marrs said.
You can find Dungiestar recipes at The Dumpster, but if you prefer to cook with traditional ingredients, you should try the recipe above.
Sources: ABC News, BBC News, ABC News Victoria, The Dumper, ABCNews.com, Daily Mail