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    I was feeling like a little barbecue action tonight so I dug out this recipe. I love fruit on the grill and the banana is a bit unexpected. The original recipe calls for chicken thigh pieces butI've always used chicken breasts.

    Recipe #17201

    Enjoy one of the Old Line State's most famous specialties without leaving home. (Cooking time is approximate - it will vary with the size and thickness of your crab cakes)

    Recipe #18559

    Recipe #18710

    There's nothing like a good Maryland crab cake! I was born in Maryland, and I've found that they just can't make crab cakes up here that even compare to the one's by the Chespeake Bay! I choose to bake these in the oven, but they can also be pan fried in oil until golden brown. Can be served with remoulade sauce, tartar sauce, mustard, or my roasted red pepper sauce. After baking, extra crab cakes can be frozen. I usually defrost, and then reheat cakes in a nonstick pan until heated through and slightly crisp on the outside.

    Recipe #66833

    6 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    This combination is highly flavorful and very spicy. If you're not sure if you'd like Old Bay Seasoning, use only a tablespoon or less at first.

    Recipe #48311

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