|by Sherri Eldridge|
Fresh crabmeat is one of the ocean's finest treasures. Low in fat and high in protein, Crab Cookery is naturally nutritious and exquisite.
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1 - 9 of 9 for broiled crab cake
Empty can of crab meat into bowl. ... in a greased broiling pan or non-stick broiling pan. Broil 3-5 minutes on each side until brown. Makes 4 servings.
Melt butter and ... Crumble crackers in crab meat and sprinkle ... together with crab meat. Shape into cakes and dot with butter. Broil about 15 minutes.
*Lobster stock: Add ... the jumbo lump crab. With your ... 6-8 evenly sized cakes. If the ... more mayonnaise. 1. Broil: Line a ... crab cakes. . Lindenbaum MD
Conventional Oven: Mix together all ingredients except crab meat in a ... into 8 crab cakes. To broil: Preheat broiler. ... Serves 4 (2 crab cakes each).
Empty the crab into a large ... roll the finished cake in bread crumbs. If you are going to broil them skip the ... vegetable oil or broil until brown.
Pick over crabmeat ... crabmeat. Shape into cakes. Fry in butter, or broil. If broiled, put small ... they have been frozen. Recipe makes about 8 cakes.
Mix above ingredients, shapes into patties, bread lightly with bread crumbs and broil until brown. (Not necessary to flip over during broiling process.)
Set oven to broil. Spread crabmeat ... thoroughly. Form 16 cakes. Broil 4" ... minutes. Allow 2 per person. Serves 8. (From Bunnings Crab House, Baltimore, MD.)
Put the mustard, ... mix well. Add crab meat and mix ... well. Make into cakes and freeze - ... them on a broil pan - add ... each side, brown - don't burn.
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