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Yummo! Phyllo cups aren't available in Australia AFAIK so I just used phyllo sheets over a shallow scone tray sprayed with oil and pushed them in a bit and gently ran a knife over the top to seperate. They had a great balance between rich and savoury I think just about anyone would love.

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Peter J November 03, 2012

I made these for my daughters bridal shower. The crab mixture was delicious, however the phyllo cups don't hold up well in a chafing dish. It is great as a dip served with pita chips or crostini.

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lovestocook #6 May 07, 2010

Fabulous Andi, used crabmeat from the fish store - went there hoping to get some soft-shell crabs but I didn't call in advance so I bought 2 lbs of crabmeat. Started lppking for recipes and yours popped right out. I had to take these to a friends' house & they were all pleasantly surprised! I used both yellow & red bell peppers, and just a whisper of hot sauce. They turned out beautifully! Prepared them just before going over and baked them there. Thank you for a wonderful appetizer (I could eat that for dinner!) Diane :)

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Manami December 22, 2007

This recipe is delicious!! We are in Maryland but still decided to use canned Phillips' Special Crab Meat. It worked well. We also used extra Old Bay which made the crab mixture more spicy. I also recommend to just heat up the mixture and spread it on crackers. Delicious!!!!

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clgrey December 18, 2007

This receipe is fabulous. Very easy to make. I do recommend using a good quality crab; its worth the extra amount spent.I increased the green onions minced two and chopped two for texture. I made for a holiday party thank you

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cook5 December 10, 2007

These little beauties were a yummy addition to our seafood appy party Sat nite that we hosted to watch the *Eurovision Song Contest* & Icelandic election results. I had half lb cans of lump crabmeat & made a half recipe as written in tartlet shells, but like you also used a bit extra Old Bay. They got high praise from 1 of our guests who is my tartlet appy *heroine*, so I was pleased. There was 1 left as our guests departed, but Siggi made it disappear quickly. I think he was trying to be polite while they were still here! Thx for sharing this lovely & easy to fix recipe w/us. :-)

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twissis May 14, 2007

Super terrific. Wonderful, easy to make and totally yummy. I used imitation crab and the Athens shells. Thanks for posting. ChefRaylene

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ChefRaylene May 11, 2007

WOW!!!! These are so good! I used canned crab and it was still wonderful. I also made my own phyllo cups by layering 5 sheets of phyllo with melted butter spread between each sheet. I cut them in stips using a pizza cutter and then in squares. I put the squares into mini muffin tins, filled, and then baked them. The phyllo was flaky and a nice background to the flavorful filling. This is equally good spread on crackers and eaten without baking. Great recipe Andi!

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cookiedog April 11, 2007
Crab Appetizer (Maryland)