Lori's Famous Crab Cakes Recipe
Peppers, green onions, parsley, and plenty of seasonings make these crab cakes a memorable mealtime hit!
LOVE this recipe! In fact the whole family loved it. I used a small yellow onion, cuz that is what I had and I sauteed it along with red and orange bell pepper. Didn't add the parsley or Worcestershire sauce and doubled the Old Bay. Used the whole egg also as I didn't see myself using the yolk anytime soon and didn't want to waste it! Used panko for coating the outside and cooked them in olive oil. DELICIOUS!
A very good recipe. I'd give it 5 stars but being from Virginia Beach, VA, I've had a lot of really excellent crab cakes that are hard to beat. I precooked the peppers, used a whole egg instead of just white, dried parsley in lieu of fresh and had to forego the onion powder because I was out. The cakes had a nice texture and were very tasty. My opinion is as long as you stick to the basic recipe you can alter it a lot and still have a great outcome.
I've made these twice and they come out perfect every time. I also sauteed the vegetables first. I also put them in the freezer for about 10 minutes before frying them. They stayed together nicely. Thanks for the recipe!
Seafood seasoning and hot pepper sauce pack a lot of flavor into this crab cake recipe.
These quick and easy pan-fried crab cakes are made light and fluffy and with added texture from crushed pretzels.
These fresh-tasting, easy crab cakes are perfect for dinner any night of the week--just serve them with a simple, low-carb mustard sauce or 1/2 tablespoon of mayonnaise.
Growing up near the Chesapeake Bay you learn that crabs are as valuable as gold. My mom made crab cakes every Friday in the summer months, but I like my recipe just a tad better. Don't tell mom.