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Baltimore Crab Cakes

Phillips seafood restaurant, in Baltimore's Inner Harbor, serves some of the best crab cakes I have ever had. Here is a copycat recipe for this traditional Maryland delicacy

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  • Whisk together all ingredients except crab meat.
  • Fold in crab meat.
  • Divide mixture into 4 parts and shape into cakes approximately 3/4” thick.
  • Pan fry the cakes in a little peanut oil or canola oil.
  • Serve hot, garnished with lemon.
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"Phillips seafood restaurant, in Baltimore's Inner Harbor, serves some of the best crab cakes I have ever had. Here is a copycat recipe for this traditional Maryland delicacy"
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  1. gwynn
    Great tasting Baltimore Crab Cakes. Will be making these from now on. Thanks for posting a wonderful recipe.
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  2. Queen Woz
    Crabs cakes are one of my all time favorites and this recipe is definatley not it. There was not enough moisture to keep the cake together and it was very bland tasting. I won't be making it again.
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  3. AmandaMcG
    These tasted great, although I did have some problems with them falling apart while frying. 2 of the 4 ended up falling apart and being a mess, but they still tasted great so it wasn't a big deal.
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  4. Little Miss Cheffie
    We love crab cakes around here and this one is about as good as you would get anywhere. Just plain excellent!
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  5. Lady Dancer
    Excelent! My husband LOVES crab cakes and orders them as appetizers whenever he can. This recipe passed his test well!
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