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Those Maryland crab cakes are a classic seafood treat, sure to be a winner as a part of any meal. These Panko Maryland Crab Cakes have a crust strong enough to hold everything together but light enough to let that delicious savory crabmeat flavor shine! They pair nicely with the Quick & Easy Homemade Tartar Sauce. I happen to love crab cakes. It’s really hard to go wrong with that great crab flavor for a good seafood dish, either as an appetizer or as part of the main meal.
Sadly, it is possible to mess up crabmeat; the most common mistake is to mix it with something that drowns out its great natural taste. This simple recipe deftly avoids that and is also kind enough to provide a great-tasting tartar sauce–no need to settle for the store-bought tartar, when you can make some yourself so quickly and easily.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Once Upon a Chef
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Quick tip: Make a double batch for a larger crowd (or just so you can have more yourself…)