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Seared Maryland Crab Cakes

Seared Maryland Crab Cakes created by Dine  Dish

This is a great meal for a luncheon or a light supper. Found this hand written in one of my put together cookbooks. Serve with a salad and lemon slices.

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  • Place bread in bowl and cover with milk. Let stand 5 minutes.
  • Squeeze out excess milk from bread and place in clean bowl. Add remaining ingredients to the bread mixture and mix well. Cover and refrigerate 2 hours.
  • Shape mixture into thick pancakes. Cook in hot oil over medium heat , about 4 or 5 minutes or until nicely browned.
  • Serve with fresh lemon.
  • I place them on a paper towel for 1 minute to take away any extra oil.
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"This is a great meal for a luncheon or a light supper. Found this hand written in one of my put together cookbooks. Serve with a salad and lemon slices."
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  1. Darnell F.
    I've lived in Maryland and NO WAY would anyone originally from that state make crab cakes without Old Bay seasoning... just would never happen! I did make these and they were good, just not as good as real Maryland Crab Cakes. They were also hard for me to keep together so I added a beaten egg, some celery, and some more whole wheat bread (only kind I had) and some fresh parsley. Did enjoy the lemon juice as was different. Thanks for a different recipe but will stick to my old one and keep using my Old Bay.
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  2. Lisa W.
    Crab cakes a best made with LUMP crabmeat, so the meat should NOT be flaked. Also, Old Bay is a must!
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  3. sharonarc
    I don't use milk, Worstershire, dry mustard, nor peanut oil. I use egg(s), creamed mustard, green onions and celery. I also use vegetable oil. The eggs and mustard will hold them together.
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  4. Valerie S.
    I'm used to the Old Bay Seasoning used almost exclusively here in MD. The aromatic seasoning adds more than flavor, it adds punch! Sorry, they were moist...but not Maryland Style!
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  5. mbandarenko
    Do not even bother with this recipe if you are looking for "Maryland Style Crab Cakes", as these are not. The recipe should call for Lump Crab, some Old Bay and egg(s) for a binder!
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