A very simple yet cream-less, unique, smooth and creamy corn and leek bisque thickened with rice. Save the crab for the garnish, Sometimes the best use of our crab is to finish the dish, like with this soup, which could easily be exchanged with a premade soup from your favorite brand. Let the crab meat shine and let your guests not only taste the crab but also see it!
One of my favorite crab dishes is crab and corn risotto, except instead of shallots or onions I like to use leeks, their sweet and delicate flavor works extremely well with both the crab meat and the corn. A simple drizzle of some store bought pesto adds a pop of color and flavor. This recipe is to make the risotto, however, if you allow to cool and then cut into portion and sauté crisp on the surface just before serving. I also dust some julienned leeks and dust with a little seasoned flour and fried crisp for some added texture.
Our favorite crab cake recipe also makes a really great crab stuffing. While everyone does the standard crab stuffed mushrooms or crab stuffed shrimp, we are going a little more unique with a crab stuffed eggplant. Paired with a rustic roasted tomato sauce and finished with a unique, sweet and sour, agro dolce of golden raisins and toasted slivered almonds.
How to make an easy yet exciting salmon dish. A really simple and delicious way to cook fish with almost no risk.
Crispy potatoes, spicy chorizo, delicate crab and a runny sunny side egg. Yes please.
Crab cakes, everyone seems to have their own secret recipe, well here is a unique one for you. Crab and chorizo in a cake together, a match made in, well, not Maryland.
A super easy and flavorful creamy tomato soup made with fire roasted toamtoes and finished with some crab and buttery croutons.
Hot potato, hot potato. Did you sing the words? Who doesn’t love a good baked potato, or even better, a twice baked potato, or best ever, a twice baked potato stuffed with crab, chorizo and cheese. Over the top, yes please.
This delicious, creamy hot crab dip is a staple in New Orleans and will be a welcome addition to your table. With the start of Lent, seafood dishes are added to many menus and home meals. This included at my favorite and oldest steakhouse in NOLA, Charlie’s, which was owned by friend, Matt, for years following Katrina. This dip was the only addition or change in their menu in 50 years and became a customer favorite almost overnight. The combination of jumbo lump crab meat, melted cheese and Creole spices take this crab dip to new levels. Served with butter toasted crostini of a good French baguette.
Our frozen jumbo lump crab meat is the affordable way to add a premium crab dish to your dinner table. Our frozen crab is made with 100% real swimming crab meat and is not only delicious, but also if very affordable as compared to our traditional refrigerated pasteurized crab meat. This recipe is as versatile as it is easy to make. From traditional crab cakes, to crab crusted salmon and shrimp, to crab stuffed artichokes and mushrooms. The options are only limited to your creativity.