Seafood lovers are likely to be familiar with the krab kingdom, which is well known for its fish-filled curries.
But this is one of the most popular dishes of the year for many, and one that is also one of my favourite dishes.
I’ve got a great version that you can make yourself, or order in a restaurant.
It’s easy to make, too, as this dish is made with all natural ingredients, like the kraut and kabocha that you’ll find in many cajun dishes.
Just be sure to wash your hands and use sanitary napkins, as there is a risk of bacterial growth.
This is also a dish for the busy traveller who’s just starting out.
The krab is a stew that’s cooked in a casserole dish, with a layer of spices and sauce.
This dish is traditionally made with lombardo, a pork cutlet, and krauta, a sweet, crunchy rice.
For this dish, I used kraute and krab Kingz, but you can use any meat that is cut into small pieces.
In this version, I added some minced beef and smoked paprika to the mixture to add a bit of flavor.
You can also add a few fresh basil leaves to the dish for extra crunch.
I topped it with coconut milk, paprika and curry powder, but the ingredients are optional.
Just add some shredded coconut, fresh cilantro, a handful of parsley and some cilantro leaves to make this dish vegan.
Ingredients 1 large krab, cut into pieces (or 1 medium krab)