4 Reviews

Super delicious and SO easy, really pretty quick, and for a poor college student, really not that expensive to make! I used the herb goat cheese which actually I felt worked really well, and next time we're going to try adding those little mini shrimp cocktail shrimp. We tried the crab cakes with both a plum sauce and a Thai red pepper chili sauce, and while both worked, I recommend the chili sauce. The mild spiciness was a nice contrast.

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just_prettywords March 09, 2010

Made these last weekend to serve before a crawfish etouffe main meal -- really good and easy! Used good quality canned crab, a mixture of Ritz and butter crackers, and Chavrie, which is a very mild tasting goat cheese. Next time, will use a stronger flavored cheese and/or one with herbs or spices. Found it easier to shape the cakes after the mixture had chilled in the refrigerator for about an hour. Served with a dollop of some wasabi mayo I whipped up with a little lime juice, green onion and fresh grated ginger. They were good warm and at room temp. Yumm!

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CAFrogley October 31, 2009

I normally hate crab cakes, but my girlfriend made these and they were spectacular. So thin and almost crispy, all the ingredients come together so it's not all about the crab. Only problem is I want to eat it all myself... not for sharing.

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Madamswe March 21, 2009

This recipe is delicious! I only needed about half a sleeve of crackers (I used Ritz), and I added a little extra crab meat. The goat cheese added a great taste and also held the cakes together really well. I will definitely make these on a regular basis!

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LauraJM March 05, 2009
Amazing Goat Cheese Crab Cakes