4 Reviews

Very simple. I knew what I wanted, but didn't know proportions, and this helped me get just what I wanted! Left out the cheese, although I may try it with the cheese sometime.

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Cook4theFamily July 15, 2014

Great way to enjoy fresh lump crabmeat! The ingredients are simple and there isn't too much dressing, so the sweetness of the fresh crabmeat isn't "drowned" out. I used chopped Vidalia onion in place of green onion, but that was the only change that I made. Thanx for posting this recipe; it's a keeper for sure!

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*Parsley* September 14, 2007

Kiwidutch, This was good! Landlocked in Minnesota, we don't see much fresh crab at less than $20.00 a pound so I subbed imitation. I served it on greens and it was wonderful. I wish I had better access to fresh seafood but... By the way, as a left over, this makes a really great lunch at the office. Just combine the greens and the salad when you are ready to eat. Your photography is worth mentioning. Many photos are poorly lit, unfocused and whatever. Yours are great! Thanks for the posting!

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Grease May 22, 2007

Sorry Kiwidutch but I truly have to give this one 5 stars. The taste is simply wonderful with both creamy and crunchy textures. It's both rich and lightly tangy (if you add a bit more lemon juice) and oh so diabetic friendly! I grated the cheese to make it blend without that often overpowering "chunk of cheese" bite. This is saved in both my Diabetic and Fish and Shellfish cookbooks so it will be handy for many repeats.

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Annacia February 17, 2007
Simple Healthier Seafood Salad