In Bangkok, Thailand, we found a dish that turned our perception of local cuisine upside down!
The horseshoe crab is not known in China but is allowed to be eaten in Thailand! For those of you who want to experience something new in Bangkok, bookmark it!
This dish is definitely an acquired taste; the main taste is quite strong. There are two ways to prepare horseshoe crabs in Bangkok:
One is grilled, and the charcoal-fired taste is said to be excellent, and the other is cold turtle eggs. The cold turtle eggs are served in their shells, which are made of the horseshoe crab's shell. I only tasted one, and it tasted similar to fish eyes, but it was softer and chewier than fish eyes~
which can rarely be found in Bangkok's night markets so we drove two days from Bangkok all the way south to Chumphon to finally get to taste this delicacy: a fossil-like sea creature known as a horseshoe crab! A 300-million-year-old biological creature, do you dare to eat it?
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