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These crab cakes have so much to offer your taste buds!
Wow! That’s all I can say about today’s recipe for crab cakes. However, you know me and how much I like to carry on so I’m going to say a lot more about this fabulous crab cake recipe from The Frugal Chef. These crab cakes taste super fresh! Seriously, it was like I went out on a Maryland fishing boat and caught the crabs an hour before making the cakes.
I am so excited that I came across this heavenly recipe on YouTube over at The Frugal Chef channel. I was searching for the perfect meal to make for dinner on Sunday when my in-laws come for a visit. I knew I had found just what I was looking for when I saw the video!
Are you ready to get the details on how to make this awesome recipe courtesy of The Frugal Chef? Welp, high tail it on over to the next page for a complete list of ingredients and instructions. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: Serve the crab cakes with cocktail or tartar sauce.