I served these for a dinner party and they were fabulous..I baked them after spraying with butter at 400 degrees for 10 minutes...fabulous
Two changes. But an excellent recipe. I agree with the one poster who said the 2 tablespoons should of been dijon, which is what I used and it was excellent. Also, I added just a bit of spinach to mine crab balls and it was excellent. I used frozen chopped spinach, drained very well. We loved the recipe.
one change: I think the 2 tbsp mayo in the sauce is supposed to be dijon mustard. This is what I did. Great recipes, a big hit at the staff Christmas party, had to give out the recipe to a lot of people. It's a nice change from having fried appetizers.
Lemon & Capers? In a sauce? With fresh crab cakes? Don't even think you won't just love this to pieces and request that someone make this for *you* I made small crab cakes instead of "balls" but stayed absolutely true to the recipe. Adored the sauce, can see using this for lots of things, sitting atop asparagus, broccoli, and fish even. Made the cakes the day before and were perfect. Made for *Think Pink* October 2009