Crab Cakes

If you like crab cakes, try this recipe.


Pick over 1 pound of crab meat and remove any shell.


Add 1/2 cup of panko or crushed crackers and 4 T. diced parsley.


Add 1/4 C. of mayonnaise, 2 tsp. Old Bay Seasoning, 1 egg and 1/4 C. thinly sliced green ends from green onions. Add some cracked black pepper and 1/2 tsp. of salt. Mix this thoroughly.


Form into fat round cakes. You can do this by hand but I like using my cooking rings for this purpose.


I bought these on Curtis Stone's website. They come with this tamper to tap down the mixture into a compact patty.


Nice! Refrigerate these for 1 hour.


Brown them in 3 T. of butter mixed with 3 T. oil over medium heat.


Drain on paper towels.


I like to serve them over a simple salad with a vinaigrette dressing. I drizzle them with a cucumber dill sauce and sprinkle them with capers. Squeeze a wedge of lemon over them just before eating.

Comments

brandi said…
~oh...but you had caught my attention...will be patiently awaiting to see your crab cakes post!!! sounds oh so yummy...much love light and blessings~
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Nellie said…
These sound absolutely delicious! We have a daughter who will just go wild over them! Thanks for the recipe!
injoyinmylife said…
All I can say is I wish I lived next door to you. I'd love to be one of your tasting testers!
I could eat every one of those. Don't bother with the salad, but I do love the sauce. I love having leftover crab cakes to eat for breakfast.
laurie said…
oh these look wonderful, I bet they taste amazing too, that sauce sounds perfect
HappyCrone said…
Crab Cakes, oh my, heaven
Crabcakes, YUMMY! To long since >i had that here. But we had it quite often when I grew up by the ocean. Time to make some I think :-)

Have a great day!
Christer.
TARYTERRE said…
I come from the East Coast, near the Bay. We have a Crab Cake Recipe that has been handed down through the generations. I will tell you, yours looks pretty good, though. I'm crazy about the capers on top. YUM.
Wizardess said…
Vegan moi sniffs at your cakes, but I am really loving the many pics of Teddy in the sidebar! ;)
Barb said…
I think your blog just might make a serious cook out of me yet! You hit a home run with this recipe. You've been out here often enough to know all about dungeness crab. When in season, I can get it fairly cheap. We have friends with crab traps , so when I'm really lucky , I get it free. I love it cooked in any way!!! Thanks for this recipe.
I'm not a big seafood eater but I do enjoy a nice crab cake from time to time. These look delicious!
Ina in Alaska said…
You had me at those capers....
Autumnforest said…
If they were putting me to death and I got a last meal--it'd be crab cakes. Living in the desert, I dream about them all the time because I ate them growing up on the Chesapeake. When I travel anywhere near an ocean--I try to order them for breakfast/lunch/dinner. This recipe looks outstanding!
Pricilla said…
The hardest part is the picking over. I used to hate that!

I love crab!
SharleneT said…
Miss my crab pickers. Wish I could just send it over to the daughter and have the crab returned, ready for baking. Alas, THAT is a one-way street. Love them, so gonna try this recipe and DUH! why didn't I think of using my cooking rings???!?!?! (Putting LARGE PRINT note on refrigerator...)