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                      SRI LANKA KAKULUWO (CRAB CURRY)
 
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 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Fish                             Main Dish
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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                         “A taste of Sri Lanka”
                         By Indra Jayasekera
                         -----KAKULUWO (CRAB CURRY-----
    3       md           Crabs
   50       g            Shallots
    2                    Chile, Green
    3                    Garlic cloves
    3       sl           Ginger
   25       g            Coconut
      1/2   ts           Turmeric
      1/2   ts           Fenugreek
      1/2   ts           Chile powder
    2       ts           Paprika
    5       cg           Cinnamon stick
   25       g            Curry powder
                         Curry leaf sprigs
   50       g            Coriander leaves
  250       ml           Coconut milk, thin
  250       ml           Coconut milk, thick
    1                    Lime, juice of
    1       t            Salt
    2       ts           Rice, ground
 
   ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ> Directions <ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ
   
   Place  crabs  in  boiling  water  for  5  minutes,  then remove and clean.
   Break  the  crab  into  desired portions and crush the shell a bit so flesh
   can be more easily removed.
   
   Slice the shallots and chiles, grind garlic and ginger and grate the
   coconut.
   
   Place  the crab in a pan and add the shallots, chiles,  garlic, ginger,
   turmeric, fenugreek, chile powder, paprika powder, cinnamon stick, curry
   powder, curry leaves, coriander leaves  and thin coconut milk and cook
   until crabs are done. Mix the thick coconut milk with the lime juice, salt,
   grated coconut and the ground rice and add to the pan. Stir and simmer for
   approximately 10 minutes. Remove the cinnamon stick before serving.
   
   ISBN 962 224 010 0
  
 
 
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