Bug Recipes! Yum!
recipes collected from the internet just for fun!
Keep in mind that there are people who actually eat bugs
and enjoy the recipes!
Johnny: Daddy, are caterpillars good to eat?
Father: Have I not told you never to mention such things
Mother: Why did you say that, Junior? Why did you ask
Johnny: It's because I saw one on daddy's lettuce, but
now it's gone.
Remove the bee hive or nest from the
tree and boil it. Remove larvae from the comb and dry
them. Fry them with a little salt and eat or dry again
if desired. You do not need to add oil when frying.
Roach Bug Milk:
~ 1 Part American Roach Bugs
~ 4 Parts water
Soak dried American Roach Bugs over night in water. Pour
off water, and blend. Flavoring may be added to water
before soaking. For a delicious smoothie add ice cream
or frozen fruit & pure maple syrup.
These emerge at the end of the rainy
season and feed on grass. To prepare them, remove the
intestines and stomach and boil for 5 minutes. Dry them
in the sun or low oven. Fry in a hot pan with a little
oil when ready to eat.
Chocolate Covered Grasshoppers
~ baker's chocolate
~ candied crickets
Melt baker's chocolate in double boiler. Fill molds
halfway with chocolate, add grasshoppers, fill rest of
the way. A tasty surprise in every one!
Dig these from the sand, remove stomach
and intestines and wash. Fry in a hot pan with salt and
a little oil.
Marinate bee grubs, sliced onions, and
citrus leaves in coconut cream containing some pepper.
Wrap in pieces of linen and steam. Serve as a topping
Just boil them, and eat them!