Hot Crab Dip with Almonds

Hot Crab Dip with Almonds created by Moor Driver

Enjoy as your next appetizer or as a party dip.

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35mins
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  • Mix together all ingredients (except Almonds) with fork.
  • Place in an uncovered casserole dish and bake at 350 until bubbly, 20 to 30 minutes.
  • Sliced Almonds may be sprinkled on top before baking.
  • Serve with crackers.
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"Enjoy as your next appetizer or as a party dip."

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  1. A.S.K.
    I just made this for our Christmas eve snacks before dinner, it was just ok. I followed the directions exactally with the exception of not adding the almonds. It ended up very dry, it also took an extra 20 minutes to heat through. I ended up adding more cream chese little by little until it was the consistancy i wanted. It ended up being another 8 oz. After that it was much better and we all enjoied it, i think i may add a touch of lemon juice just brighten it up a bit.
  2. BrandiNDJ
    This was really good. I used a pound of crab and also added some salad shrimp. After it was made, it was dry. I should have used less crab since I was putting in some shrimp. But, it was still great tasting - just not as creamy.
  3. cookie JARed
    I added a 1/4 lb. of baby shrimp to this recipe. Very good, enjoyed by all.
  4. Crystelle
    I think that a medium onion was a bit much. My dip wound up tasting mostly of onions. All lot was also left after the Superbowl.
  5. cooking with love
    I didn't care for this dip. I have another recipe that has mayo in it that I like better. I think I will stick to that one. Just my preference I guess. There was quite a bit left over at the party.
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