|Crab: Buying, Cooking, Cracking|
|by Jennifer Jeffrey|
There's something about crab that makes any dish decadent-- whether in a rustic, weeknight pasta or atop a cocktail party hors d'oeuvre.
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Slice muffins in half and quarter each. In small bowl mix remaining ingredients with electric mixer at medium speed. Spread mixture on muffin ...
Mix all together (except crab). Stir in ... 4th's. Lay on baking sheet and freeze for at least 30 minutes but overnight is better. Bake until puffed up.
Slice muffins into halves and cut each half into fourths and arrange on cookie sheet. Place crabmeat in colander and rinse with cold water. Drain ...
Mix everything, except crab. Add crab ... crab meat. I freeze them on a cookie sheet, then put in zip-lock bags. A great make ahead for a party. Serves 48.
Cut English muffins into four triangles. Mix all ingredients except crabmeat by hand. Blend in crabmeat, then spread on muffins. Broil until bubbly ...
1 package of 6 English muffins. Slice in half and cut halves into fourths. Mix thoroughly with a mixer: rinsed in colander with Cold water & drained ...
Mix together first 6 ingredients and spread on muffin halves. Bake at 350°F to 400°F until golden brown. Better if baked on wire cookie rack ...
Place muffin pieces ... Rinse and drain crab meat; drain well. ... longer before boiling. Broil until puffed, bubbly and slightly golden brown. Serve hot.
Double all above ingredients. Mix all ingredients with 1 pound crabmeat. Mix crabmeat in last. Spread 1 teaspoon on each piece of muffin. Must be ...
Slice muffins in ... all ingredients except crab into bowl and ... 10 minutes). Serve hot! NOTE: If frozen, allow to thaw about 1/2 hour before broiling.
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