YUMMY RECIPE: One-Pot Cajun Seafood Boil – Crab in the bag

For some strange reasons, Cajun crab in the bag or Louisiana seafood boil took Singapore by storm. Maybe it wasn’t that strange since one of our unofficial (or maybe official) national dishes is chilli crabs. Before it hit our shores, eating food off the table just seemed so strange and before we know it, everybody enjoys the thought of eating food off the table! We’ve prepared this dish as a try-out for our Christmas dinner this year. I hope you like it. Perhaps you may wanna cook this super easy and yummy dish for your family too.

Refer to the ingredient list below or go to our website at http://spicenpans.com/crab-in-the-bag/ for your easy reference.

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Serves 4

3oz of butter
1 large red onion – chopped
1 tablespoon of chilli flakes
2-3 Bay leaves
5 cloves of garlic – minced
2 tablespoons of Old Bay seasoning
1L of water
2 sausages of your choice
3 medium to large size crabs ~ 800g each
8 prawns – deveined
400g of white clams
4 red potatoes- boiled
2 corns
2 limes


Anne Wong says:

Where can I find old Bay seasoning? Any substitutes?

Helen Chew says:

Hi it look tempting must try Thank You for the receipt

Hal Grotke says:

That looks delicious but it looks very different from the chile crab I had in Singapore. Do you have a recipe for that as well? Thank you

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