Baked Crab Dip (Like Simon and Seafort's Restaurant)

"This recipe is close to my favorite appetizer from my favorite restaurant in Anchorage, Alaska. It's creamy and delicious served with thinly sliced crusty bread.This is different from most crab dips posted here because it doesn't call for cream cheese."
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  • Mix all ingredients well. Bake in a 1 quart dish at 350* for 8-10 minutes. Serve hot.

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  1. Wow, this is good! I loved the fact that it wasn't so creamy with cream cheese, but nicely tangy and flavorful. I did not have green onions, so I risked it and just finely chopped white onions in it, and it was great! Will do with green onions next time, if can get them.
  2. Very solid recipe, however, I wouldn't classify this as the best that I've had, but will likely make again. The dip wasn't completely heated through after 8-10 mins at 350 degrees, so I then kicked up to the Broil mode to give the top some color and make it bubbly and oozy. This is a nice change from the cream cheese versions, but I think I still like those better.
  3. At 350 it was cold in 10 mins so I cranked it up to 400 and after 20 mins it was bubbly. There’s something missing as far as flavor so if I figure it out or get the recipe, I’ll share it here.
  4. Great appetizer. Now and then we like to have a casual lunch by trying a couple of new appetizers (from my huge list of those to try) with a new cocktail recipe as well. This was a real hit this weekend. It was light but very satisfying. Thanks, akgrown.
  5. This dip is husband and I, alone, demolished the entire dish. I used a small jar of marinated artichoke hearts and Veganaise instead of mayonnaise. I loved the lack of cream cheese, which I always find to be kind of rich and heavy. What a treat! We had the dip on fresh, crusty Tuscan bread. Thanks so much for posting this recipe AK, we loved it!


I am the wife of my wonderful husband John and the mother of 3 boys, Zander 5yrs, Asher 2 1/2yrs, and Tiernan 10 months. We live in and love Alaska. I love to hike and camp and go running in the mountains. I work part time as a hairstylist in a little salon in my home. I also enjoy scrap-booking, photography, and reading a really good book(my latest was Twilight by Stephenie Meyer). And I love to cook, especially bake! How I rate recipes: 5 Stars - This recipe is perfect. I would recommend it to others and would definitely make again. 4 Stars - This recipe was good but I would change something in it next time. 3 Stars - This is a recipe I would not make again, but it was ok. 2 Stars - I would not make this recipe again and we didn't like it at all. 1 Star - This recipe did not work out or the taste was unappealing and I wouldn't make it again.
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