The Best Crab Cakes Ever
Looking for something a little different for dinner that will deliver big on protein and flavor? Try The Best Crab Cakes Ever Recipe at the food blog called Community Table. This crab cake recipe is quick and easy to make with beautiful flavors. Even if you aren’t a huge fan of shellfish, this crab cake recipe just might turn you into a fan of crabmeat it is so delicious. Basically, you mix up the crabmeat with eggs and crushed crackers or breadcrumbs and the different seasonings and fry them up. They cook in no time.
Besides the great taste, this crab cake recipe delivers a lot of nutrients. First of all, the crab cakes are very high in protein with very little fat. Some of the fat in crab meat is heart healthy fat like omega 3 fatty acids, which most of us do not get enough of in our diets. Fry these crab cakes up in a healthy oil or, if you are really watching your fat intake, you can bake them the oven on a cookie sheet or even press the mix into a glass baking dish, bake them and cut them into “crab cake squares”. However, you can’t beat the taste and texture of the crispy, delicious golden brown crust they will get if you fry them up in a frying pan. Two other essential nutrients that come from the crabmeat in this crab cake recipe are zinc and vitamin B12. Zinc is a mineral that is important for the immune system. Vitamin B12 helps make your red blood cells and is needed for your brain and nerves. Without vitamin B12 we would get anemic and could develop nerve damage.
Crab cakes are so versatile! Have them for breakfast, lunch or dinner! Have them as part of a weekend brunch. Have one as a high protein snack between meals. Serve them hot right out of the pan or cold as left-overs. Serve them as an appetizer or as the main protein in your dinner. Stick them in a wrap or between bread and make a crab cake sandwich. Gently place them atop a pile of cooked rice and beside your favorite veggie side dish recipe and you have a complete meal. You can also create any number of dipping sauces for these crab cakes such as tartar sauces or mayo dips. Experiment and find your favorite. Each time you create a different sauce for this crab cake recipe you are creating a whole new meal. Mix up a few sauces and let the family dip into their personal favorite. Don’t forget the lemon wedges. A few squirt of lemon adds a lovely tang to this crab cake recipe. Try The Best Crab Cakes Ever Recipe tonight and be prepared for your family to ask for this dish again and again.
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