Artichoke and Crab Toasts

"This is a very easy recipe with a lot of flavor. The english muffins can be replaced with baguettes, french bread, or other base."
Artichoke and Crab Toasts created by Ms B.
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  • Preheat oven to 375F degrees.
  • Chop artichokes.
  • Combine arichokes with crab, mayonnaise, onions, and cheese.
  • Split each English muffin in half, and spread the mixture on the cut side of the split muffins.
  • Cut each of the muffin halves into quarters; arrange the muffin triangles on a baking sheet.
  • Bake for 12 minutes, or until golden brown.
  • Serve hot.
  • (The flavor is good at room temp, also.).
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  1. profken
    This is a great recipe - thanks for posting. My mom used to make a very similar one when we were kids. We called them "crabbies" & they were always a favorite. I'm glad to get the recipe & I've made them three times this holiday season. Like some of the other reviewers, to me it is much better if you cut way, way back on the artichokes - I think 1/4 jar is plenty. I also used less mayo & cheese to make the crab stand out more. One more thought - after baking for 12 min., put them under the broiler for a minute or so to make them browned & bubbly.
  2. Barenakedchef
    Oh my heavens, was this ever awesome? Thank you so much Ms. Bold! I made these for supper one night, and served them with a salad. Fantastic! Creamy and crabby with tons of flavor! Thank you so much for sharing!
  3. Hey Jude
    We had appetizers for dinner last night and this one was the perfect choice as I had odds and ends of ingredients to use up. I used a bit less mayo, about 3/4 cup, my onion of choice was green onion and I threw in the last of a jar of roasted red peppers, chopped, that I had on hand. These are SO easy to throw together and broil and we enjoyed them very much (and have leftovers for today!). Thanks for the fine recipe Bea :)
  4. Ms B.
    Artichoke and Crab Toasts Created by Ms B.
  5. Lightly Toasted
    mmmmmm these were a big hit at our neighborhood cocktail party. I don't think I drained the artichokes well enough, because it tasted to vinegary for me. So I added some Old Bay Seasoning to cover it up.

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