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Spinach and Lump Crabmeat Au Gratin

Our local newspaper holds a cooking contest once a year and the publishes all of the recipes submitted. This dish was voted the "Grand Champion".

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55mins
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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Microwave spinach according to package directions.
  • Drain liquid and set aside.
  • Melt butter in medium skillet.
  • Add crab meat and saute for 3 minutes on medium heat being careful not to break up crab meat too much.
  • Remove crab meat, leaving liquid in skillet.
  • In same skillet, stir in flour and cook on low heat until well blended.
  • Add Monterey Jack cheese and cream cheese, stirring on low heat until completely melted.
  • Add Half and Half and seasonings, stirring continuously on medium heat until mixture begins to boil.
  • Remove from heat immediately.
  • Add spinach and crab meat and carefully fold into sauce.
  • Pour into a 9x9 shallow casserole dish or 6 individual ramekins.
  • Sprinikle shredded cheese on top and bake for 10 minutes or until is melted.
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"Our local newspaper holds a cooking contest once a year and the publishes all of the recipes submitted. This dish was voted the "Grand Champion"."
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  1. Mike Ski
    Definitely a keeper. I made a couple changes and used the fake crab meat instead of lump, and smoked gouda instead of the jack cheese. It came out fantastic and my wife and I fought over the leftovers. This will definitely be made again in our house.
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  2. Mike Ski
    Definitely a keeper. I made a couple changes and used the fake crab meat instead of lump, and smoked gouda instead of the jack cheese. It came out fantastic and my wife and I fought over the leftovers. This will definitely be made again in our house.
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  3. Luby Luby Luby
    Our local newspaper holds a cooking contest once a year and the publishes all of the recipes submitted. This dish was voted the "Grand Champion".
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