Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins
I got this from my sister in law , Pam , and OMG ... I absolutely LOVE it .. unfortunately , I can't get fresh crab in Pa.!! I don't even want to try canned crab ...I just don't think it would be the same... if anyone DOES happen to try it with canned, let me know how it works?? :)
- 141.74 g jarkraft cheese spread (Old English)
- 226.79 g package cream cheese
- 59.14 ml whipping cream
- 1.23 ml Worcestershire sauce
- 1.23 ml garlic powder
- 1 cleaned crab
- Melt both cheeses.
- Stir in whipping cream.
- Add W.
- sauce and garlic powder, stirring until well blended.
- Add a crab.
- That's what my recipe says!
- Add a crab!
- *LOL*She served this with warm baguette type bread, or you could do crackers of some type.
- MmMmm~ I have no clue how many this serves!
- It's dip.
- *preptime doesn't include cleaning the crab~ i've never had to clean my own crab, so i really don't know how long it takes!
My crab eaters loved this. I put all of the ingredients except the crab in a mini-crock pot and let it heat until the cheese mixture could be stirred smooh. Then I added the crab and stirred it in carefully. If you don't have a crab to clean and add you could use the canned crab from Costco like I did. (I used about 8 oz. and it was plenty.)
Delicious! The consistency was pretty thick, and I really wanted more of a fondue, so all I had to do was add just a little more whipping cream to it. Served it with toasted baguette slices and a few cut up veggies....mmmmmmmmmmm! Thanks for sharing Marlene :)
Rich and creamy with hunks of crab, this is delicious! Be sure and get the biggest crab you can so you can have some in every bite! I don't have a fondue pot, but it's easily made in a saucepan on the stove top on low heat and takes no time at all. I sliced a warm, crusty baguette for dipping and called it a meal! YUM!! Thanks Marlene! :)