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Old 03-13-2012, 08:39 AM   #1
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ISO Crab Meat Recipe

I picked leftover blue crab and have a scant pound of lump meat. Please no crab cakes! Any good recipes?

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Saute some finely chopped garlic, a little ginger, at the end, go in with your crab and remove from heat. Add to room temp Cream cheese, with chopped green onion and mix well, season with S+P, and put onto wonton skins, making little dumplings to fry up.

Easy breezy, Crab Rangoon. Serve with Sweet Thai Chili sauce, or/and, some Chinese Mustard Aioli.
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Crab Newburg or stuffed flounder?
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Saute some finely chopped garlic, a little ginger, at the end, go in with your crab and remove from heat. Add to room temp Cream cheese, with chopped green onion and mix well, season with S+P, and put onto wonton skins, making little dumplings to fry up.

Easy breezy, Crab Rangoon. Serve with Sweet Thai Chili sauce, or/and, some Chinese Mustard Aioli.
Now I'll be thinking about this all day at work...
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Too bad you excluded crab cakes. We've pretty much concluded that's pretty much the way to go for getting the most out of our crab meat.
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Crab Louis Recipe at Epicurious.com
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Too bad you excluded crab cakes. We've pretty much concluded that's pretty much the way to go for getting the most out of our crab meat.
I excluded crab cakes because after many different recipe trys, we've found the one we like the best. I'm looking for something different.
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Saute some finely chopped garlic, a little ginger, at the end, go in with your crab and remove from heat. Add to room temp Cream cheese, with chopped green onion and mix well, season with S+P, and put onto wonton skins, making little dumplings to fry up.

Easy breezy, Crab Rangoon. Serve with Sweet Thai Chili sauce, or/and, some Chinese Mustard Aioli.

tat--the crab meat dumplings you describe are beyond my capabilities, but i will be fantasizing about them endlessly...
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tat--the crab meat dumplings you describe are beyond my capabilities, but i will be fantasizing about them endlessly...
that's just silly, they are super easy! It's just a mater of having the mix, and folding some wrappers. . . well, there are a multitude of shapes that can be done, but still, super easy.
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Crab bread pudding. I posted the recipe but I honestly have still not made it.
I may try Fri for lent.
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