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Crab Imperial

March 19, 2013

CrabImperial

It wasn’t until I attended college in Southern Maryland that I started to get a bit more adventurous with trying seafood. When your college is sitting right on the Chesapeake Bay, how can you not sample some freshly caught crab? I also worked at a few restaurants (during my summers off) which is where I first had Crab Imperial. Crab Imperial falls between a crab cake and crab dip. You can eat it as a main course, but it is also a popular “add-on” to steaks or fish. We’ve been making crab imperial a lot lately, and putting it right on our steaks. It’s a great dish to make when you have friends over for dinner, because you can prepare it in advance and then pop it in the oven when the steaks go on the grill.

You can find the recipe here.

**As with all crab recipes, Old Bay Seasoning is a must.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 20, 2013 5:35 pm

    It looks so good on that steak! Thanks for linking to my site!

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