Thursday, August 19, 2010

Easy to Prepare Lapu-Lapu Recipes | Crab Meat Stuffed Lapu-Lapu

This is a sure shot Lapu-Lapu recipe that will surely be loved by your guests or impress your loved ones. You may substitute the crab with shrimp if you like. You may also double the amount of bread crumbs in the stuffing mixture of this Lapu-Lapu recipes. This Lapul-Lapu recipe also works on other fish recipes as well, for it can be substituted with tilapia, flounder, catfish, cod, sea bass or trout, I prefer Lapu-Lapu though and extra crab instead of bread, to make it a hell of crabby experience.

This lapu-lapu recipes’ versatility doesn’t end here though, you can add extra garnish or spices or even sprinkle little shredded parmesan cheese on top to give it color and texture. This lapu-lapu recipe actually falls down the baked lapu-lapu recipes category. But don't worry, for i'll be working on a grilled lapu-lapu recipes next.

Now.. drum rollin..I present to you

    Lapu-Lapu Recipes | Crab Meat Stuffed Lapu-Lapu


          1 rib celery
          1 onion
          4 tablespoons of butter
          1/4 cup of parsley
          ½ cup of bread crumbs
          1 can of drained and flaked crab meat
          1 tablespoon of lemon juice or calamansi juice
          1/8 tablespoon of cayenne pepper
          6 lapu-lapu fillets
          Melted butter
          Paprika powder or chili powder


       1. Chop the onion, celery into very pieces.

       2. Then, Sautee them with butter in a frying pan until they are tender.

       3. Scatter parsley into the pan.

       4. Remove the frying pan from the heat and stir in bread crumbs and crab
           meat, along with lemon juice (calamansi) and cayenne pepper.

       5. Grease a 9x14 inch oven pan.
       6. Spread the crab meat mixture over the Lapu-Lapu fillets and roll 'em up.
       7. Place the stuffed Lapu-Lapu in the greased dish, seam side down, then add
           melted butter and paprika powder or chili powder.

       8. Place the stuffed Tilapia in the oven and bake the rolls at 400° Fahrenheit.
           Let it stay in the oven for 20 minutes, then wholla.. You're done!!!

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