Crab Cake Muffins. Mix crabmeat, breadcrumbs, bell pepper, scallions, mayonnaise, eggs, egg white, hot sauce, celery salt, and pepper in a bowl until well combined. We've taken the frying and fuss out of crab cakes by shaping and baking them in muffin tins. For the best taste, look for pasteurized crabmeat in the refrigerator case at your market's fish counter, a better choice than canned varieties.

Crab Cake Muffins Add cornflake crumbs into each well, and then generously fill each tin with the crabmeat mixture. Brush the tops of each crab cake with additional melted butter and additional cornflake crumbs. Crab cakes as an appetizer is a great way to start a meal although they tend to be filling. You can have Crab Cake Muffins using 6 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Crab Cake Muffins

  1. Prepare 1 can of Fancy crab meat.
  2. You need 1 of jar Old English Cheese Spread.
  3. It’s 1 tbsp of mayo.
  4. You need 1/2 tsp of Garlic Salt.
  5. It’s 1 stick of margarine slightly melted until soft.
  6. It’s 1 packages of Sour Dough English Muffins.

How about some mini-muffin size baked crab cakes? They are the perfect size to pop in your mouth and not spoil the rest of your meal. And crab cakes are less messy than cracking open and picking meat out of the crab legs. Serve these mini baked crab cakes with the traditional lemon wedge on top of a.

Crab Cake Muffins instructions

  1. Mix all ingredients together well, until its a lumpy spread. Don't forget to drain excess water from crab meat..
  2. Spread a generous amount onto split english muffin. Use enough to have enough to do the whole package. Usually about a tablespoons worth..
  3. Broil on high heat in oven, with rack set about center height until top browns to your liking..
  4. Enjoy them whole, or 1/4 them if serving as an appetizer..

In a medium-size mixing bowl, combine crabmeat, cheese spread, butter or margarine, mayonnaise, garlic salt, and parsley. Mix well, and spread on English muffins. Cut the muffins into quarters and arrange them on a cookie sheet. This is a Louisiana spin on an old Chesapeake Bay recipe called by various names Crab Muffins, Crab meltaways etc. We use Old Bay seasoning instead of Tabasco and the original recipe uses a jar of Old English cheese spread.