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Southern-Style Crab Cakes with Cool Lime Sauce

Southern-Style Crab Cakes with Cool Lime Sauce recipe
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This was a little out of my element, but it was quite tasty! It probably doesn't do well "leftover" so I'll have to wait until I'm hosting another party to make this agai...read more
posted by
pookie_is_here
on 2/7/2011
time
prep:
15 min
total:
23 min
servings
total:
18 servings, one crab cake and 2 tsp. sauce each
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posted:
8/28/2007
My mother- in - law made this recipe except she omitted the sour cream and added all the lime juice and mayo to the crab mixture rather than using half to make the lime sauce. These crab cakes were delicious!!!!!!!! I can't wait to have them again.
posted:
7/24/2007
i had a hard time keeping this together and the lime sauce was not very good too tart for us * i didn't change anything so maybe i'll try it a again and experiment
posted:
12/15/2006
My boyfriend & I wanted to try something different for dinner (a change from the ordinary casseroles, chicken, beef, etc.) so he asked me to make a seafood dish instead. We both LOVED this recipe! It was surprisingly inexpensive and easy to make (I've never made crab cakes before.) I did make a few changes though, based on previous comments on this recipe: I used a small lime instead of a medium one - that gave it just the right amount of flavor for our tastes. I also used a lot more crumbled Ritz crackers to coat each patty - that helped them stick together & cook better in the skillet. Also, the recipe says that it yields 18 cakes, but I made 8 larger cakes instead. (I think 18 cakes would be good for an appetizer party, but larger cakes were better for dinner.) I will definitely make this again - I was impressed!
posted:
10/17/2006
I had a loooot of trouble sticking them together even though I added more crumbs but it was delicious though.
posted:
9/7/2006
This meal was easy to make, but not as good as I thought it would be. Canned crab is not the way to go. Next time I make this I'll use the fresher, deli crab. Also, it didn't yield 18 crab cakes. I believe I got 9 or 10. The lime sauce was delicious!
posted:
7/30/2006
I thought the flavor in these crab cakes was great. I did add more cracker crumbs to prevent them from falling apart. The only real problem with this recipe was that it didnt yield 18 cakes. I got about 11 from mixture. Would make again.
posted:
5/15/2006
It was very easy to make and tasty. It's important to use a good brand of crabmeat. I used Bumble Bee flaked white, it didn't have a fishy odor.
posted:
1/16/2006
it was not good at all.
posted:
12/20/2005
My family loved these crab cake. They were very good with a lot of flavor.
posted:
6/9/2005
Very good recipe - even better with lump crab meat & add one egg slightly beaten in order for cakes to stick together.
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