Chesapeake Crab Dip
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 20 min.
Good start. Made this for thanksgiving and was a hit. I used Old Bay seasoning . Loved it!
This was real good with a few changes. With looking at the ingredients I knew would need more seasoning. I forgot the lemon juice and doubled the seafood seasoning. I also added seafood seasoning instead of the paprika on top. We all enjoyed this.
Very tasty! I added more Old Bay seasoning for more flavor.
Very tasty! I added more Old Bay seasoning for even more flavor.
As a lover of crab, this recipe caught my eye. I was looking for an easy appetizer to make for a dinner party. I made it according to the directions and it was a big hit! Everyone loved the cheesy flavor.
Made this for New Years Eve party. Great taste and creamy texture. I used 2 cans of crab and a cup of chopped shrimp... lots of yummmms!
Thank you thank you thank you... Little pot of gold!
Since we have already gone way over budget this holiday season, I will substitute 1 1/4 lbs of chopped fresh shrimp. Our shrimp guy is on the corner every Thursday with 24 to 36 hour fresh from his boat in the Gulf at $5.00 per lbs. I think I am safe that this will also turn out great.
I can't go back "home" to Michigan without a casserole of anything crab since my transplant to Maryland! During my last trip I actually found Maryland lump crab meat for $32.00 a pound but decided to bite the bullet and get it so I could please a family member. This recipe is very good but there are many. Pick up a Maryland Recipe Book and you'll be happy forever if you like good seafood!