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    Can't remember where I got this; an addition to a magazine. It is very good. Not a traditional Crab Cake maybe but very tasty and very EASY. The Zaar format didn't recognize just an envelope of salad dressing mix but I am referring to one of the small envelopes about 1/4 ounce

    Recipe #167799

    You may use imitation crab in place of the fresh crabmeat due to cost reasons, I have made these using imitation and it was still wonderful --- I have listed a honey-mustard sauce on the bottom to serve with the crab cakes if desired but these are just as good served alone! --- plan ahead there is a 1 hour freezing time.

    Recipe #96018

    Great little before dinner nibblers! I recommend serving on pieces of lettuce leaf for easier handling. The recipe came from Food & Drink - the best of the decade!

    Recipe #73345

    2 Reviews |  By AFWifey

    My favorite from Red Lobster.

    Recipe #144671

    8 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From a magazine that says this about the recipe: "These crab cakes are flavored with the "holy trinity" of Cajun cooking: onion, green bell pepper, and celery. Serve them with a hepling of coleslaw or a green salad." This makes a nice light main course, lunch or appetizer.

    Recipe #126575

    1 Reviews |  By Cyn

    This recipe originated from Cooking Light. It is easy and delicious, one of my friends even features this on her Personal Chef menu!

    Recipe #81850

    1 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe was posted in response to a request. It's from Southern Living. It belongs in the Mid Atlantic U.S. region.

    Recipe #40845

    This was a winning recipe in the 1997 Crab Cook-Off in Maryland, my home state.

    Recipe #39745

    4 for big appetites or 6-8 for smaller appetites

    Recipe #32028

    Southern Living; loved by my family

    Recipe #30359

    This simple crab cake recipe came from an old community cookbook. It was the recipe my father used.

    Recipe #109075

    3 Reviews |  By Lali

    These are pretty quick to make and good.

    Recipe #12558

    I love to make copy cats from restaurants so I can have them whenever I want. These are very good as posted but for a change you might like to add chopped green onion and/or red bell pepper. I serve these with my Roasted Garlic Aioli recipe.

    Recipe #138437

    This recipe has most of my favorite flavors that go well with salmon all in one patty. Depending on your appetite, this can be made into 2, 3, or 4 servings. Adjust your cooking accordingly.

    Recipe #167152

    The Barefoot Contessa gets all the credit for these.

    Recipe #167337

    Recipe #156026

    Crunchy and spicy.

    Recipe #158603

    A tasty appetizer from Paula Deen of Food Network. These are a great make-ahead that freeze well.

    Recipe #110611


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