My family ate this twice in one week because we loved it so much! I doubled the recipe plus an extra 8 oz of crab, added 4oz. of Neufchatel Cream Cheese, and a 4oz block of cheddar (shredded). Also, I liked it better when I just pureed 2 cans of corn in my food processor (never liked creamed corn). Also, I sprinkled in some Old Bay to kick it up a notch. My 18 month old even loved it (minus the Old Bay).
I used 2 cans of crab meat instead of the imitation crab, because it was less expensive and I don't really like the flavor of fake crab. Other than that the recipe was great, quick and easy. Thanks for sharing!
Quick and easy, I used half milk and half and half fo a more creamy taste also added in some cayenne pepper, thanks for sharing Brooke my DH enjoyed this!
This was not awesome but alright. I added Old Bay seasoning as someone else had suggested. I used mock crab and 2% milk since that's what I had on hand. It was very easy and quick so I will probably make this again in a pinch.
Quick and yummy! I also added a can of lump crab meat. I think I'll add the liquid next time - the crab flavor just didn't come through strongly enough for me. This was very simple and I'll make again! Thanks for posting! Made for ZWT4- Chic Chefs.
This was a grand lunch today. So easy and yummy. I'm not a lover of creamed corn but DH loves it and I had some in the house. I thought that it might just work and it really did!. I used 1 cup of skim milk to keep it on the thicker side but that is just personal choice. There is lots of flavor and texture. Made for Photo Tag.
LOVED IT! Wow, Brooke, what a great recipe! It made a delicious quick lunch. I used celery soup rather than potato, just personal preference. The creamed corn and crab add a sweet touch. I used real crab rather than imitation and added a bit of parsley too. Made for ZWT, please see my rating system as I rate tougher than most.
This was good and very easy to make. I followed the recipe as written other then I used 2% milk as that is what I buy. As another reviewer noted, I think this would be even better with real crab meat. This made for an easy, quick lunch.
This was very quick and easy, but you could really tell it was imitation crab meat. I could not get my initial mix heated after 15 minutes on low heat...had to turn it up a bit. It took more like 20 to 25 minutes on low. And if I try it again, I'll try it with real crab meat. I think it could be a great 5 star quick soup, but not without real crab meat. Made for Zaar Stars Tag!
Actually a powzowee delicious soup that won't disappoint and you will be more then happy you selected this to prepare and devour. So easy, as simple as 1,2,3. I used fresh handpicked Maryland Blue Crab meat and some fresh potatoes and corn. I didn't have potato soup, so I used "Creamed of Shrimp" soup, and added cooked potatoes and corn to the soup and heated this slowly. I also used skim milk, and added the crabmeat carefully at the end just to warm it a bit. This is really an *ace* recipe. Has all the components to make this for company or just for yourself. I added some ground *white* pepper just to keep the pale color and let the crab and corn stand out. Will make this often as this really is a recipe to keep in your collection for all the reasons mentioned in this review. Thanks Brooke! Made for *SSC Pet Parade* July 2008.