Crab season began yesterday, we should have local crabs in today. We saw fishing boats leave yesterday from our restaurant, and they should return by later today
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 02, 2011
Scoma’s Restaurant, a San Francisco seafood restaurant in Fisherman’s Wharf, presents a basic guide to their simple yet stunning Roasted Dungeness Crab dish using crabs provided locally.
The recipe calls for one whole Dungeness crab, cleaned and cracked, and other ingredients common in most kitchen cupboards. The rest of the ingredients include: 3 large garlic cloves, chopped and lightly browned, 3 ounces (about 6 tablespoons) extra virgin olive oil, 1⁄2 lemon, 1/8 teaspoon salt and ground pepper, 1 teaspoon fresh Italian parsley, chopped, and 2 lemon wedges.
To prepare the Roasted Dungeness Crab:
1. Pre-heat oven to 425 degrees.
2. Place cracked crab in a heavy skillet that fits inside the oven.
3. Combine garlic and olive oil and pour over crab. Add salt and pepper and toss well.
4. Roast in oven for 12-15 minutes.
5. Remove from oven and squeeze lemon over crab. Garnish with parsley and lemon wedges. Serve in a large bowl with a crab fork.
“The crabs we got are big, full and sweet," said Chef Kelly Bennett of Scoma's Restaurant.
Scoma’s is loved for their succulent crab cakes, hearty cioppino and most of all for their fresh, sustainable seafood. Their commitment to clean oceans and rivers is proven by their support of fishing communities in California and across the nation. With their motto – reduce, re-use, recycle – Scoma’s is one of San Francisco's most environmentally aware restaurants. They are one of San Francisco's only restaurants to own a licensed fish preparation station, which permits public viewing of seafood as it's prepared for the kitchen daily.
For more information on Scoma’s Restaurant, call (415) 766-0293 or visit them online at http://www.scomas.com. Scoma’s Restaurant is located at Pier 47 & Al Scoma Way San Francisco, CA 94133.
About Scoma’s Restaurant
Scoma’s Restaurant is a Fisherman's Wharf restaurant steeped with a family tradition of quality and service. Still family owned and operated, Scoma’s opened in 1965, when brothers Al and Joe Scoma took over a six seat coffee shop serving fishermen on the wharf. Starting with their mother’s recipe collection, the Scoma brothers' humble café is now a delicious tradition with unsurpassed San Francisco Bay views – a must-go group dining destination for generations of locals and visitors.