Lisa's Crabby Cakes

November 14, 2011



Yields 6-7 small crabby patties

Buy the best fresh crab possible – it ain’t cheap and it is worth it.  Knowing your butcher and calling ahead is required. Go for the Alaskan fresh crab. Do not buy can or cheap or fake! We rarely cook seafood (2 times a year) and when we do it is the best we can find.

Rinse and drain fresh crab well – press remaining water out. Mix all ingredients in a large bowl. In a skillet, cover the bottom with oil and bring the heat up to medium high.  Make your patties and cook at least 7 minutes both sides until golden brown. Serve hot.


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