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They’re not just tasty, they’re a low-fat source of protein — one leg has about 25 grams of protein, and a whole host of vitamins and minerals (including sodium, incidentally, so a heads-up if you are watching salt), but only a couple of grams of fat. So my strategy is to buy them for a date night with my husband instead of going out to dinner.
But here is the secret I want to tell you about today: after you’ve enjoyed that restaurant-quality meal at home, keep those shells.
Because you can get a whole second crab-dish from that one purchase by making crab bisque the next day.
(Or, stick shells in a freezer bag and freeze them for a couple of weeks, if you want to space out the crab meals.) Tossing the shells in a hot oven for just a couple of minutes brings out a roasty-crab aroma that will create quick depth of flavor for a speedy homemade stock, even if you don’t have a ton of shells.
(Cheat sheet tip: You can also boost the flavor by adding a little bottle clam juice to your stock.) The stock can then be added to a simple roux, a little sherry and a bit of low-fat evaporated milk for a creamy, satisfying soup that tastes fattier and more expensive than it is.