By Caroline Cooks on August 12, 2005
Photo by cookiedog
Photo by cookiedog
"From a copycat web site. Delicious! Can use imitation crabmeat."
Serving Size: 1 (134 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Made this for a tailgating party and everyone raved about it and asked for the recipe!!! I agree that 24 hours in the refrigerator helped to blend and intensify the flavors."
"Fantastic dip. Make it at least 24 hours before serving. I'm saving this one!"
"Not a rating, just a note to myself--used imitation crabmeat and dip was not recieved well by my seafood loving family. Made night before, but the flavor was still lacking."
"This was my first try at making a dip period. I used the basic recipe but I added some red onion, extra lemon juice, and some shrimp chopped up. I didn't have any Old Bay, so I used some Dash with no salt, pepper, and some good ole Tony's Creole seasoning! Loved it! Great starter for my Super Bowl!"
"This is so good! The best and easiest crab dip ever! Everyone loved this at the Christmas party we had. Served with Ritz crackers, this was gone in no time! This will be the only crab dip recipe I'll be using."
"yum! thank you for posting. I used a little more lemon than suggested, but I love lemon :) The recipe was easy, fresh and a great thing to serve to my friend for our BBQ today!!"
"This dip is delicious! I only had about 2/3 lb. of crabmeat, but it seemed to be more than enough to get some in every scoop of this yummy dip. We ate it with tortilla chips. Thanks for posting!"
"I made for appetizers with crackers for Christmas Eve. I used fresh crab chunks, and I added the crab last after mixing up the rest of the ingredients, so the crab wouldn't break up too much. The bowl was gone in no time!"
"This dip was also a hit at Easter. Delicious! Thanks."
"This was really great.I used FF cream cheese, low-fat sour cream and also added Old Bay and some FF mayo but loved the flavors. I used imitation crab and with the lemon juice it really made the difference. Thank you."
"We enjoyed this creamy spread with imitation crab and crackers. I added some Old Bay seasoning and salt. It was hard to stop eating it, and I had to hide it from myself in the fridge! Thanks for sharing your recipe Caroline:)"
"Wonderful dip! We all loved it :) I did leave out the lemon juice but only by mistake cause I forgot to add it. I also added some black pepper and alittle Accent to enhance the flavor. Served it with All Bran Crackers. Thanks for sharing the recipe!!"
"Awesome flavor in this dip. Very simple and easy to put together. The only thing I did different was add some white pepper and a pinch of salt. Thanks Caroline for a great appetizer for my grandkids."
"This is just fabu, Dahling! (heheheh) Rednecks usually don't each such fancy fixins, but this is def. a welcomed change of pace. I loved it! I added a shake or two of Old Bay, cuz I love that stuff and I had to use a green onion. I went to get a sweet onion and the two that I had had grown sprouts. The green onion blades gave it a slight bit of color and I used real crab, not immitation. If I made it for a crowd, I would not hesitate to use immitation. This was SOOO GOOD, Caroline! I'm mighty glad you posted it! Maybe at my next shindig, I'll expose some Rednecks to something different!"