Live Hong Kong Hairy Crab ~ produce rich, creamy roe that cannot be found on other types of crabs. The crab roe is often used in soup dumplings, or xiaolongbao, though many people just eat the crabs steamed and dipped in vinegar for the freshness taste.
The juicy crab meat is a great source of protein. The crab meat is believed by the Traditional Chinese Practitioners to have a “cooling” (yin) effect on the body after the hot summer.
Want to learn how the Shanghai Top Chef Wang Hao eat the Hairy Crab with grace from Six Tone, watch the video below:
Want to learn how Eric’s Family trying the Hairy Crab for the first time from Epicurean, watch the amazing video below:
Want to learn how Yum Cha welcomes the Hairy Crab Season with Crab-themed Dim Sum from Foodie, watch the video below:
Want to learn how to make Hairy Crab Risotto from Carlina Lam, watch the video below: