Spicy Crab Dip
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 15 min.
This was delicious as our New Year's appetizer served with a variety of crackers.
You don't have to heat it in the microwave...it can also be served cold!
This was a huge hit at my party. I added pickled jalapenos for extra flavor and spice. Definitely best served warm.
I brought this to a party, and it was the hit of the party, everyone wants the recipe.
Great taste and simple to make, what could be better
I like mine with a little chopped up celery to give it crunch and color. I remember when imitation crab first came out many years ago, it was spelled with a K to differentiate it from real crabmeat in recipes. The original marketers might have spelled it that way, also.
Imitation Crab meat adds color to this recipe. You could use 2 cans crab meat, drained and some Imitation crab meat for eye appeal.
I love this dip on crackers. Very tasty.I have never, ever heard of spelling imitation crap meat with a K. Where did this come from? Imitation crab, lobster, etc. are excellent foods: fat-free, very high protein, and reasonably priced. Makes a wonderful seafood salad, or when added to a tossed salad. It is, after all, real seafood.
P.S.~The imitation crab meat was quite tasty. The recipe was just lacking. :)
Wasn't bad, I just wouldn't call it "Spicy" and I am a wimp. Added seasoned salt and "Tony's" spicy cajun seasoning...still a little bland. Maybe it will be better cold. Will see tomorrow.