Ah, mud crabs. If you’ve ever been in a position where you’re walking along the riverside or the coast, minding your own business, and one of these ugly brutes comes snapping at you without warning, then this recipe is your retribution! These tasty appetisers are a Stros M'kai favourite, and will put to use the tasty inner remains of those pesky mud crabs. Revenge is a dish best served hot with sweet chili sauce!
You will need:
215g fresh crab meat
80g plain flour
75g panko breadcrumbs
1 red chili, seeds removed and sliced thinly
3 spring onions, finely chopped
Zest of one lime
1 tbsp lime juice
1 tbsp ginger paste or fresh grated ginger
1 clove garlic, crushed
2 tsp fish sauce
2 tsp oyster sauce
1 cup vegetable oil, for frying
Sweet chili sauce, to serve
Combine all the ingredients except the oil, egg and breadcrumbs in a food processor and whiz until ingredients are combined. The mixture should be moist but still hold together. If it is too wet, add more flour until it forms a paste.
Shape the mixture into circular patties, about 3" in diameter. In a bowl, crack and whisk the egg. Dip the crab cakes into the egg, then roll in the panko crumbs until thoroughly coated. Set aside on a plate.
In a deep pan or a wok, heat the oil until bubbles form on the bottom and it is very hot. If you are unsure about oil temperature, drop a few panko crumbs in. If they start sizzling immediately, the oil is ready. Put the crab cakes in slowly to prevent splattering, and deep fry for 2 minutes on either side or until a dark golden brown. Alternatively, you can use a deep fryer instead if you have one.
Remove from the pan and place on a plate lined with kitchen napkins to drain the oil. Leave to drain and cool for 10 minutes and serve with sweet chili sauce for dipping.
So it’s a Sunday. We close at 4. These girls come in at about 3:50/3:55. No big deal. They make a b-line for the tills where me and my coworker are pricing and tagging things before putting them out.
Girl 1: “Sorry, but could you please tell me how much this is worth?” *Hands Scottish £5 over* Me: “Uh… £5.” Girl 2: “Yeah but turn it over!!” Me: [Internally] It’s gonna be a fake or something. *Turns note over* Girl 2: “It’s got 2 fish on it!!” Coworker: “Yeah but… It’s still worth £5…?” Girls: *Run off giggling* Coworker: [Under his breath] “What the fuck just happened?”
We still don’t know.
But to the girls - how much do you think those fish are worth? We had a right good giggle after we got our heads around whatever the fuck that was all about though, so thank you I guess.
The credit for this original
challenge goes to @bloomesimss and @itstwina
for the sims 4 edition you can
find here! I came across this challenge and thought it
would be so much fun to do in the Sims 3.
So below is my Sims 3 edition of this challenge, I hope it does their
original challenge justice and that you enjoy it!
I love how Louis just tries to make sure everyone knows that two ghosts it's about him wearing white shirts literally every fucking day since the song came out and the media still thinks that the song is for Taylor Swift like 2+2=fish what the fuck
I have 2 rabbits, 4 cats, 2 fish? , 1 dog (which is actually my sisters but she still lives at home so Ima count him) and at my dads house he also has 2 dogs. I used to have a frog but he recently died mid swim.
Eeeeh, Nat & Dyallan’s dad (ruler of hell atm) mudered Jersey’s parents when Nat was the legal age of an adult so he had to grow up fast and mature in order to take care of his younger brother and sister. (Jersey’s parents were demon hunters that killed Dy and Nat’s mother and then summoned them at a young age to protect Jersey forever and you can’t break a contact or you disappear from existence. So of course their father would want revenge for taking his family away. So they grew up in the middle kingdom aka earth and went to school with Humans. It’s not rare that demons/angels/avians go to school w humans but most humans would rather they stay in their own kingdoms.)
Why did you start watching colorful happy pones? And when? What was your first opinion on it? How do you create these good art pieces? 2+2=?
1. I was working in a hospital for a internship, and the lateshift started at 11:15, so I usually wasted some time before that watching TV, and it just so happened that MLP aired from 10:00 to 10:30 on NICK, so I watched it before work. I also used to love the G1 movies/tv-show.
2. about 2011-2012, but I didnt join the fandom until late 2012.
3. Awwwww they made a new MLP series? how rad!
4. Witchcraft, tears, hoping on stars and just pure luck.
It makes me sooo mad that people still support Arzaylea. I know I shouldn't be comparing her to anyone, but I don't understand how people support her then go on to rant about how using people & cheating on someone is bad. Like, 2+2= fish. Then they have the audacity to rant about how trump is a horrible person. They deadass supporting arzaylea and they got the audacity... omg I can't.
Anyone who’s still supporting her is just completely brainwashed and delusional. I don’t think they even realize what they’re saying when they praise Arzaylea for doing something but then turn around and attack someone else for doing the exact same thing. It’s like when Lindsay tweeted, “fuck yea let’s promote cheating on a dude who have her tha world & then some just bc another dude is hot fuck yea i love twitter!” and didn’t see the irony.
Heat a pot of water on high. When tiny bubbles form on the bottom of the pot (don’t let it boil!), add the noodles and let soak for about 10-15 minutes or until soft. Stir the noodles in the water periodically. Drain in a colander, rinse thoroughly with cold water, then return them to the pot.
Take a small bowl and mix together the soy sauce, chicken
stock, lime juice, brown sugar, fish sauce, garlic, and red pepper flakes.
In a large skillet over medium-high heat, add the vegetable oil and stir fry the carrots, onion, and bell pepper until tender-crisp, about 3-5 minutes. Remove to a plate and set aside.
Turn the skillet up to high and add the noodles into the pan, using tongs to toss them for about 1 minute. Add the sauce and toss the noodles to coat for 1-2 more minutes, until sauce thickens slightly. Push aside the noodles to make room for the eggs. Allow it to sit for 30 seconds, then toss to coat the noodles in the egg.
When things start getting sticky, remove the pan from heat, add the vegetables back in, and toss together. Garnish with peanuts, chopped cilantro, or green onions and serve immediately.