Rocky's Crab Fondue
photo by mums the word
- Ready In:
- 1 lb cream cheese
- 1 lb sour cream
- 1⁄4 lb crabmeat, chopped
- 1⁄4 onion, chopped
- 1⁄2 cup parmesan cheese
- Mix the ingredients and heat gently until bubbly. Serve with sourdough bread cubes and apple slices.
We loved this crab dip! I made a half recipe and followed as written. I baked it at 400 for 25 minutes, but wasn't sure if you meant to heat on the stove top or bake it. When it came out of the oven we decided it needed a bit of garlic salt and some dill weed. Ta Da! Perfection! I served with pieces of Vienna Crusty Bread! Delicious! Thx for sharing your recipe. Made for P-A-R-T-Y event 2009.
I halved the recipe but used 6 ounces of Maine crab meat. I mean, can you have too much crab in a crab dip?? I baked this in a casserole dish at 400 for about 25-30 minutes and finished at a broil to brown the top a bit. Served it with crackers and tortilla chips (I liked the chips better and DH liked the crackers better). Needs just a little touch of salt and pepper mixed in or Mrs. Dash. Made for Las Mistico Magicos Sirenas - ZWT5.
Very tasty little creation. We served it with club crackers, but I think Texas toast cubes would be great too (I'm not fond of sourdough bread). DH thought we could put the leftovers on baked potatoes, and I thought, "oooh, with some bacon sprinkled on top," yes, yes, yes! A bit runny, I would like my fondue just a tad more "thick" and would make this in my baby crock-pot next time, and let it "dry out" a bit. Otherwise, excell-o-mundo! Which is Gnomish for Wow! *ZWT 5 Groovy GastroGrnomes* gallivanting the globe in search of the world's best recipes! KEEPER!!!
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