imitation crabmeat

imitation crabmeat
Макаров: крабовые палочки

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  • Crab meat — or Crabmeat is the meat found within a crab. It is used in many cuisines across the world, prized for its soft, delicate taste. Brown crab (Cancer pagurus), blue crabs (Callinectus sapidus), blue swimming crabs (Portunus pelagicus), red swimming… …   Wikipedia

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  • surimi — [su: ri:mi] noun a paste made from minced fish, used to produce imitation crabmeat and lobster meat. Origin Japanese, lit. minced flesh …   English new terms dictionary

  • Surimi — (Japanese: , lit. ground meat , also called kani; zh cpl|c=|p=yú jiāng|l=fish puree/slurry) is a Japanese loan word referring to a food product intended to mimic lobster, crab, and other shellfish meat. It is typically made from white fleshed… …   Wikipedia

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  • surimi — /soo ree mee/, n. a paste of inexpensive fish shaped, colored, and flavored in imitation of lobster meat, crabmeat, etc. Also called sea legs. [1980 85; < Japn: minced flesh] * * * …   Universalium

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