|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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Heat soup and ... add shrimp or crab, celery and ... taste: Pour into individual or large greased mold and place in refrigerator. Serve on lettuce leaf.
Heat soup. Add ... pepper, mayonnaise and crab meat; mix well. Prepare 5 cup mold by spraying with ... hours until firm. Serve with your favorite crackers.
Heat soup over ... cream cheese to warm soup to melt it. Then remove from heat. Stir in other ingredients and place in mold for 8 hours in refrigerator.
Warm soup in ... mayonnaise, lemon juice, crab and shrimp. Mix ... into a well-oiled mold. Refrigerate overnight. ... crackers and/or raw vegetable cuts.
Heat cream cheese ... Add mayonnaise, onion, crab meat, salt and ... well. Spray Jello mold with non-stick spray. ... or mini pumpernickel or rye breads.
Heat soup; add ... (very lightly) oiled mold and chill until ... advance. When using crab, use about ... Can use substitute crab if you do not have fresh.
Soften gelatin in cold water. Add boiling water, stir until dissolved. Blend with mayonnaise and lemon juice.
In a medium ... soup mixture. Add crab meat and celery. Pour into 6 cup mold (fish shape). Refrigerate ... use olives for eyes and carrot strips for fins.
Bring soup to ... add gelatin. Add celery, onion and crab meat. Heat. Remove from heat. When cooler, add mayonnaise. Put into greased mold and refrigerate.
1. Make Jello and fill circle ring mold. 2. Mix salad mixture together. 3. Put salad in center of mold, placing all on greens. Serves 6.
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