I love going to the East coast. I hosted the “X Games” for several years and loved when we filmed in Maine and the New England States. In regards to food, it had to be the very best crab, lobster and clam chowder I have ever had in my life. I still order seafood delivered to me in Hawaii and So Cal. It’s that good.
Here is an easy recipe you’ll enjoy for summer. It’s easy, healthy, full of natural ingredients and you don’t even have to turn on the oven.
Mix together and fold in carefully
Small White Onion – diced
Handful Cilantro – chopped
1 large stalk Celery – diced
Chili Sauce – 3 Tbs.
Juice of whole lime
Hot sauce 10 dashes +/-
few pinches salt
Avocado – cut 2/3 slices to spread like a fan, 1/2 or dice
Top avodado with the above Crab mixture
Top with freshly squeezed lime & ground pepper
CRAB: Nutrition Facts Organicfacts.net:
Nutritional Value of CrabsCrabs are another type of seafood found in all the oceans in the world. There are many types of crabs including horse crab, flower crab, snow crab, blue crab, edible crabs, Dungeness crab and mud crabs.
Nutrition Facts and Information about Crabs (blue): Crabs are rich in sodium, potassium and phosphorus with good amounts of calcium, magnesium and small amounts of iron, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium.
Vitamin Content of Crabs (blue): Crabs have good amount of vitamin A, C, B6, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin and pantothenic acid with small amounts of folate and vitamin B12.
Calorie Content of Crabs (blue): 100g of Crabs has 87 calories. Calories from fat are 10.
Health Benefits of Crabs (blue): Crabs are rich source of protein needed for good nutritional diet. They make the diet healthy. The Omega 3 fatty acids in crabs keep the heart problems away and the protein content in the crabs is good for muscular health. Crabs are good for eyes due to the presence of vitamin A in it.