Originally Posted by Pepper Grind
Frozen king are cheap right now, and I'd like to evolve beyond melted dipping butter w/ garlic roast mashed potatoes for a change.
I was considering some sort of pasta in a creamy sauce. What do you think? Is it too rich?
Last time I used crab was in a croquette and I felt like I could've accomplished the same result with cheap canned tuna. It was still good, but everything else overwhelmed the flavor of the fish.
Do you have a favorite crab recipe?
I like crab cakes, but the delicate flavor of the seafood can get lost in all the crumbs/breading. (Bought some lobster cakes at the market and served them with asparagus, but the cakes had little to no seafood & way too much breading. Inedible for me.)
Crab salad nicoise
Avocado stuffed with crab salad
Quiche, egg foo young or asian seafood pancake
Seafood/Low country boil
Seafood crepes or enchiladas
Lobster rolls using crab instead
Top a slice of watermelon with a seafood salad
Cioppino or crab bisque
I like the combo of seafood and pasta (angel hair, crab, olive oil, garlic, white wine, lemon juice/zest & Gremolata). You might add some artichoke hearts. Here's an idea to play around with