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Crab Cakes

Crab Cakes recipe
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All great cooks have a secret or two. Like using Ritz Crackers to add a buttery flavor to crab cakes—and a touch of cayenne to give them just the right amount of zing.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
12/20/2005
I really liked the idea that these were baked. Very delicious.
posted:
12/19/2005
Very good. I made these for a holiday party and everyone loved them. They were easy to make. I made them before my guests arrived and kept them in the refrigerator, then I just had to pop them in the oven to cook them when we were ready to eat. I will definitely make them again.
posted:
12/15/2005
Flavor was poor and didn't get a pretty golden brown.
posted:
12/13/2005
I replaced the green onions witrh a tablespoon of dried parsley and put in a little less pepper than suggested. Very good!
posted:
12/9/2005
Need to know if 1/3 cup of cheese of combination of cheeses mentioned or 1/3 cup of each. Also, do I use entire green onion or just a part of it. Third, can the cakes be made in larger size for serving a main dinner course? <<< From Mary, Kraft Kitchens Expert ~ The cheese referred to in the recipe is a product which is a combination of all 3 cheeses. Trim 1 to 2 inches from then top of the green onions, then slice thinly. To make larger Crab Cakes, use 1/4 cup of the crab mixture for each crab cake. Bake an additonal 2 to 3 minutes of each side.>>>
posted:
12/8/2005
Kraft has a product which is a COMBINATION of all three cheeses. The recipe calls for 1/3 cup of this product, however, you may use a 1/3 cup of your favorite variety!
posted:
12/8/2005
I also have a problem with the cheese is it 1/3 cup of each or a combination of all 3 cheeses. I want to try it also. <<< From Mary, Kraft Kitchens Expert ~ The cheese referred to in the recipe is a product which is a combination of all 3 cheeses. >>>
posted:
12/8/2005
Just talked to someone from Kraft. It calls for 1/3 cup of the Kraft shredded Parmesan/Asiago and Romano cheese. It comes in a can like the parmesan cheese does.
posted:
12/8/2005
I used 1/3 cup each on the cheese but I would like to find out what is correct. Also, has anyone tried salmon with this?
posted:
12/8/2005
it says to slice the green onion, do you add the hole slices or do you chop them up ? did not make them yet.
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