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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.
30 min
30 min
12 servings
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I really liked the idea that these were baked. Very delicious.
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.
Flavor was poor and didn't get a pretty golden brown.
I replaced the green onions witrh a tablespoon of dried parsley and put in a little less pepper than suggested. Very good!
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.>>>
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!
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. >>>
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.
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?
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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