Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Deviled Crab For Breakfast

One of my favorite parts of a restaurant seafood platter is the crab shell stuffed with deviled crab and I love crab cakes so when I saw some canned crabmeat on a recent store trip, I decided to make some deviled crab.  I wanted to make a big batch but since I’m cheap, I bought just a pound of $20/lb crab meat and a pound of $3/lb genuine imitation crabmeat.  Since Bev thought it was not crabby enough, I won’t bother to post the recipe but I made five individual servings and baked them but I forgot the pics.

After the five servings for supper, I still had a bunch left and decided to make it into cakes for breakfast and I used an English muffin sized ring to shape them.

I fried them in a mixture of oil and butter.

Then I topped one with shredded cheddar, toasted an English muffin, and fried an egg to get this.

I thought it was delicious but omitted the hollandaise sauce and just used the egg yolk as my sauce and I have six more for the future so may have to freeze a few.

Photos can be enlarged by clicking on them and the blue words are links.

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by Almost Heaven South.


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  1. oh now these are calling my name... gourmet breakfast yum!

  2. Larry, Deviled crab cakes for breakfast...why not!? Salmon patties, leftover fish filets and more...just cover with an egg and enjoy! Glad you see you focus on your favorite meal...anything covered with an egg! Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

  3. Drooling!!! It looks SO GOOD!

  4. I think we're related. I've mixed imitation and expensive together also.


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