Crab Dip

Crab Dip

Insanely Delicious Hot Crab Dip

Insanely Delicious Hot Crab Dip makes the perfect party appetizer. This delicious and addicting crab dip is ready in just 30 minutes and will instantly wow the entire crew! 

What Is Lump Crab Meat?

Lump crab meat comes from the body of the crab. They are smaller than the Jumbo lump crab, but still sturdy. Lump crab meat is usually found in a can, although some butchers will carry it too. It is a blend of broken pieces of jumbo lump and a special grade of crab meat. You can mix it with a fork without worrying that it will break apart into mush. This is perfect in dip recipes, salads, casseroles, and crab cakes

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The Best Crab Dip (hot or Cold

This easy Crab Dip recipe is meant to impress, made with fresh lump crab meat in a creamy dip that can be served hot or cold. It’s the perfect appetizer or side dish for parties, game-day or holidays. 

How to Make Crab Dip:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Add cream cheese to a mixing bowl and beat until smooth. Stir in mayo, sour cream, garlic, green onion, Old Bay seasoning, salt, Worcestershire, and lemon juice. (Source: tastesbetterfromscratch.com)

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Made this recipe for a party today with crawfish tails instead of crab. I used frozen peeled crawfish tail meat that I thawed and squeezed the water out. I added 1 diced jalapeno no seeds. 1/2 tsp lawrys – 1/2 tsp old bay. I grated a 6oz block of sharp cheddar and some fresh grated romano cheese that I had on hand. Used real lemons. It was not spicy, not fishy. I made it in the oven then transferred to a crock pot. Really good when piping hot.



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