Kamchatka Crab Cocktail / Kongekrabbecocktail

A tasty shellfish cocktail from NewScandinavianCooking 180_krabbesalat_post

Andreas Viestad (to the left in the thumbnail above) writes: The red king crab, or Kamchatka crab, is a new crab species to Norwegian waters.  The only parts eaten on the king crab are the muscles in the legs, whereas on the common crab, we also eat the meat inside the shell. This is a variant of shrimp cocktail made with crabmeat instead of shrimps.

000_recipe_eng_flagg Recipe in English  000_recipe_nor_flagg Oppskrift på norsk

Recipe posted at:
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2 thoughts on “Kamchatka Crab Cocktail / Kongekrabbecocktail

  1. The picture of the crab is making me hungry and it’s early in the morning right now. Guess it would not go to good with coffee… Love crab and shrimp – I could, and sometimes do, eat them every week. Thanks for bringing this to FF and hope to see you next week for Angie’s first anniversary 🙂

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