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Crab Melt-Aways

Crab Melt-Aways recipe
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Cocktail pumpernickel bread is spread with a cheesy crab topping and broiled for a delicious open-faced appetizer or snack.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
12 servings, 2 appetizers each
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posted:
10/30/2010
These are my favorite at Christmas time. I also use english muffins, omit the peppers and onions, and I use immitation crab meat instead of the canned.
posted:
7/22/2009
I have been making this for years.They are always a hit. I also use english muffins and freeze the halves, then bake/broil and cut into 4 pieces. Less messy as the crab stays in place on the half muffin.
posted:
2/6/2009
everyone loved them at the super bowl party. they are better if served warm. mild taste, not too much crab.
posted:
8/3/2007
My girlfriend and her family makes these during the holiday seasons, we call them CRABBIES. They also use english muffins, however they spread just enough to coat the muffin and then puts them under the broiler to get crispy.
posted:
6/15/2007
My family has made a version of this recipes for years. Instead of the pumpernickle bread, we have used english muffins, and we have ommitted the peppers and onions. It freezes well, and they're delicious!
posted:
5/30/2007
This was very gross. i don't know if it was me or? i'm assuming it was because i have read other good reviews on it but...... not good
posted:
12/22/2006
I usually make this recipe with a can of baby shrimp instead of the crab, and I use quartered english muffins. We call them "Shrimpies". It is very easy to make in advance. You can even freeze the individual pieces. Just pop them under a broiler when you want a quick snack.
posted:
11/28/2006
I made this recipe with English Muffins and it was awesome! My friends all called it "Cheesy Crab" so now whenever there is a function in the group they all request that I make "Cheesy Crab" It is delish!
posted:
10/9/2006
I used packaged claw meet and it was too fishy. I still got lots of compliments on it. Would try to find meet less fishy and make again!
posted:
7/8/2006
like so many comments regarding the use of frozen english muffins , i to made them this way for years! i would like to say thar i occasionally top each with a small canned shrimp. great taste!
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