Crab Norfolk

"This simple dish will knock your socks off; use the best crab meat that you's worth it! This makes a lovely dinner with salad and bread!"
photo by NorthwestGal photo by NorthwestGal
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Ready In:
1 baking dish




  • Preheat oven to 450º.
  • Mix all ingredients together gently, to avoid breaking up jumbo lumps.
  • Spread into a baking dish (pie pan or small - 8 X 8).
  • Bake for 6-8 minutes, until it starts to lightly brown.

Questions & Replies

  1. I'm want to bring this to Family potluck Christmas dinner. Should I multiply all of the ingredients by 3 for 15 people?


  1. What a treat. I used fresh crab (which is pretty easy to get here in the Pacific NW), and a quality champagne vinegar from a gourmet market near me. And I think that was the secret to this dish being so tasty. Also, there was only a slight hint of the hot sauce (which is perfectly OK for my delicate taste buds). But if you like your seafood to have that extra "kick", you might want to increase the hot sauce just a tad. But as is, this dish was truly a gourmet treat that we really enjoyed. Thanks, alligirl. It's a "keeper", for sure.
  2. Outstanding crab dish, for sure! I really appreciated how simple it was to make, & I didn't even cut back on the hot sauce (although I wasn't about to add any more than given in the recipe)! This is definitely a keeper of a recipe! Many thanks for sharing it! [Made & reviewed in Everyday Is a Holiday recipe tag]
  3. My husband really loved this dish. it's simple enough to let the Crab's natural flavor shine through but the Champange Vinegar really adds something special.. I used Frank's red hot sauce and got best results
  4. Yum! Could there be anything better than fresh crab in a simply elegant dish? Thanks for posting!
  5. I'm sorry Alli but this just wasn't as good as we hoped. I used lump crabmeat from Whole Foods and the quality was pretty good, but it just needed something else to us. I did add some Panko bread crumbs on the top and served with lemon wedges. I think next time I would add some garlic and onions to the crab mix and a little more hot sauce. Also I would do a butter cracker topping and some parmesan cheese on top. Thank you very much for giving us something new to try!


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