Place lump crab cakes on a baking sheet and pour a small amount of melted butter on the top of each. Broil until the top turns golden brown, usually 12 to 15 minutes. You can serve with lemon and tartar sauce.
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Maryland Crab Cake Sandwich
How to Broil a Crab Cake:
Pour a small amount of melted butter on the top of each.
Broil until the top turns golden brown, usually 12 to 15 minutes.
How to Fry a Crab Cake:
Heat a pan (non-stick preferred) on med. heat with a little bit of oil at the bottom
of the pan. Once oil is nice and hot, evenly place in the pan and cook until it is golden-brown and flip (about 3-5 mins.) Flip and wait another 3-5 mins.
Serve immediately on a kaiser roll with cocktail or tartar sauce. Garnish with a slice of
tomato and lettuce. ENJOY!
Maryland Crab Cake Eggs Benedict with Hollandaise
4 egg yolks
4 tbsp butter
2 tbsp lemon juice
Sprinkle of cayenne pepper
Sprinkle of Old Bay Seasoning
4 egg whites
2 tbsp olive oil
In a pan (med heat), cook in 2 tbsp of olive oil. Cook until golden brown on each side (about 3 mins each side). In a food processor, add the bacon and process until only small crumbs remain. Add the egg yolks and process for about 3 minutes. Melt butter. While butter is still hot, slowly add to the food processor while running until well combined with the yolks. Add the lemon juice and the cayenne pepper, process until combined. If the sauce is too thick, add a small amount of water to thin it, one teaspoon at a time. Reserve. Poach the eggs in simmering water. Serve topped with a poached egg, then spoon sauce over the top. Sprinkle with Old Bay seasoning. ENJOY!