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One of the seafoodโ€™s that the family like best is Alimasag or Crab. Simply steamed or cooking it in a casserole in low heat paired with tomato and onion salad in shrimp paste (bagoong alamang) will make a great family meal.
Here is how I cook it.
Wash the crabs thoroughly in running water.
After washing, place it in a casserole, and then sprinkle it with salt. No need to add water.
Immediately cook it under low heat to make the meat evenly cooked.
Easy to cook, hard to eat ahaha
If there are leftovers, I make it into a crab omelet on the next day.

19 thoughts on “Alimasag”

  1. I so miss alimasag! My poor kids were so amazed the first time I served them crabs… ๐Ÿ™ They only know kani/surimi so when I get the chance to buy them fresh than frozen, I do. I like them the way you cook…at nakakamay! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Ito na naman si alimasag nakakagutom talaga. how i missed this kind of food already, if only i can grab these three pieces off your blog mommy joy i would hehhee

  3. Oh my goodness! Alimasag, this is my fave way back to Philippines. I cannot afford to buy it here in Norway, super expensive. I can't wait to taste it again.

  4. Ginutom po ako.. hehe. Hindi po ako nakain niyan. Pero dati po nung high school pako, nakatikim ata ako nito na pinakuluan pa sa sprite ba yun..

  5. ahahha omo! I love love love it. My cousins had a pen before and we would get huge crabs from them. But after the flood in Bulacan I doubt we would.

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