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Chili oil can be quite spicy and you might want to test this recipe with a bit less oil if you are not familiar with how hot the brand you purchased might be. Start with a teaspoon of chili oil and a teaspoon of canola or sesame oil to begin with. If you don't want to spring for the additional price of the chili oil, you can use canola oil or sesame oil with red pepper flakes or cayenne pepper instead.
Sesame oil and broccoli are made for each other. The slight bitterness of the broccoli is well balanced by the umami flavor from the toasted sesame oil. These flavors along with the sweetness of the shallots and the roasted flavor of the cooked cashews makes for a perfect complement to almost any meal.
For most crab cake recipes I like to use lump crab (if I can find it cheaply enough). For this more strongly flavored Asian version, the cheaper claw crabmeat will work well because the stronger flavor will stand up to the ginger and hot mustard better.