Easy Cake Recipe: Small Crab Cakes

Small Crab CakesA crab cake is an American dish composed of crab meat and various other ingredients, such as bread crumbs, milk, mayonnaise, eggs, yellow onions, and seasonings. Occasionally other ingredients such as red or green peppers or pink radishes are added, at which point the cake is then sauted, baked, or grilled and then served. Crab cakes easy healthy recipes are traditionally associated with the area surrounding the Chesapeake Bay, in particular the state of Maryland and the city of Baltimore.

Seafood is great, apart from the fact that it can be prepared in a variety of ways, it’s a great source of vitamins and is relatively simple to prepare. Crab cake is a type of fish cake, made up of crab, meat, seasoning and other ingredient. 

Ingredients: 1.8 oz. crab meat, 1 cup jelly made of beef fond (see recipe below), diced vegetables (carrots, leek, celery, and zucchini), pistachios, string beans, dried vegetables, tomato sauce, 1 teaspoon liquid sour cream, 1 teaspoon olives, 2 teaspoons verjuice (juice made from unripe grapes)

Preparation Instructions: Small Crab Cakes 2

Prepare a jelly with beef fond and verjuice. Season. Add the diced vegetables and pistachios. Place the meat from the crab in circles on a metal dish. Cover with jelly and refrigerate. Place the tomato sauce with the olives and string beans on the dish. Garnish the crab with some sour cream and dried vegetables.

Crab cakes are popular along the coast of the Mid-Atlantic States, the Gulf Coast, the Pacific Northwest, and the Northern California coast, where the crabbing industry thrives. Crab cakes vary in size from no bigger than a small cookie to as large as a hamburger. They are sometimes served with a sauce, such as a remoulade, tartar sauce, mustard, or ketchup.

Source: www.gourmandia.com

 

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