Apr 09 2012

Meals On Monday Crab Cake Hoagie

I hope everyone had a nice Easter Sunday. I thought I’d start your week off with something I really love, crab cakes. I hope you will enjoy this yummy twist.

What You need

1 Lb. Fresh crab meat  crumbled (okay to use canned just drain well)

4 Tbsp sour cream

2 Large eggs ( lightly beaten)

2 Cups fresh breadcrumbs ( soft)

4 Tbsp fresh lemon juice

1 ½  tsp  Seafood seasoning ( I use Old Bay)

1 /2 tsp Black pepper

2 Tbsp olive oil

1 Tbsp butter ( unsalted)

2 Hoagie buns

2 pieces romain lettuce

Large bowl

Non stick skillet

Non stick cooking spray

Parchment paper

Tray or platter at least 12 inches in diameter

Before You Start :  Note that this recipe requires chilling before cooking. Line your plate or tray with parchment paper.

Lets Make It! In a bowl combine, sour cream, bread crumbs, lemon and seafood seasoning, mix well and add the crab, combine with a fork until well blended.  Divide the mixture into six equal shares. Spray the palms  of your hands lightly with non stick cooking spray ( to keep from sticking)  and form six crab cakes ( about 4 inch patties), place plate or tray and put in the refrigerator for about one hour to set. In a non stick skillet over medium high heat melt butter and olive oil, add the crab cakes, and cook for about 5 minutes on each side (or until golden.) Place on your favorite hoagie bun, add lettuce (pickles, tomatoes, your favorite condiments, etc.)

Serves 2

**Katies Tid Bits- Toast your buns for a little extra crunch, and trying adding a little avocado too.

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  1. thisisme

    I shall definitely be trying these my friend! I have never made crab cakes before, but these do sound delish! Thank you for sharing. Have a happy day!


  2. Ms. A

    I’m more of a crab salad kinda gal, but I know someone that would be all over this!

  3. Pam@over50feeling40

    I will have to try this for my husband…he would love it! have a wonderful week, Katie!

  4. Odie Langley


    Hey Katie girl,
    the link above is from a talented friend who also lives in Utah and will be doing a book signing in Syracuse on the 18th. Just wondered if you knew her and her hubby. Also on this link they are playing Celtic music which is great.
    Have a wonderful week.

  5. Eri

    Hello Katherine, thank you so much for this recipe, I’ve never made crab cakes and your recipe seems to be perfect!
    I love the picture!
    Hugs my friend!

  6. Judy Haughton-James

    I have never had crab cakes Katherine but I would definitely like to try this. Thanks for adding it to Creative Monday. Have a good week.

  7. Sharon

    You’re right. I’m excited about this recipe. It sounds delicious. I’ve pinned it to my recipe board and look forward to trying it out soon.

    sharon @ mrs. hines class

  8. Ada

    Those sound so good! I’m kind of drooling here. I bet they are just delicious with avocado on top!

  9. Melissa B

    These look so ….good! =)
    Im going to have to make this recipe soon. =)
    ~ Hugs~

  10. Doylene Brents

    Crab cakes are one of my favorite things to eat. I will try the recipe.

  11. Deborah

    My mom would make crab cakes and I never liked them. It is definitely time for me to try them again since I do like crab now!

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