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Now that you have ordered the best Maryland style crab cakes available, it’s time to prepare your kitchen for these delectable treats!

  Crab cakes can be fixed in a variety of ways, but we always recommend the recipe below.  We have included instructions on how to cook your crab cake so that it retains its full flavor!

You can duplicate the way we cook these Award-Winning Crab Cakes in our restaurant, right in your home!

First, you’ll want to take the crab cakes out of the container they arrived in. We use Styrofoam containers, the very best shipping insulated boxes, fill the box with dry ice and gel packs so that your crab cakes arrive solidly frozen. With no deterioration whatsoever you get the real deal and highest possible quality product. 

 Get your kitchen in order and pour yourself a frosty beer, switch on the Oriole or Raven game, and get ready for a very special treat. 

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Downloadable Instructions Below

Crab Cake Cooking Directions

Let's Get Cooking!

* Make sure the crabcakes are completely thawed. *

Place crab cakes in refrigerator the night before you wish to use them.

  • Preheat the oven to 425° F for approximately 8-10 minutes prior to cooking the crab cakes
  • Arrange thawed crab cakes on an un-greased pan. Place ice cubes around them before putting them in the oven.
  • (Optional) Add a small amount of butter on pan before placing crab cakes to help keep it moist/add a bit of flavor.
  • Place crab cakes in the preheated oven for approximately 20 minutes or until the cakes are golden brown on top and firm to the touch. (Be sure to check on them midway through).
  • You'll know they're done once they are beautifully brown and crispy, and their internal temperature is 145° F. 
  • Take them from the oven and let them cool for about 5 minutes before serving.

 Now your crab cakes are ready to serve!

 You can garnish them with parsley, or you may want to include ordinary table crackers to accompany the crab cakes. Along with lemon, cocktail sauce, or tartar sauce remember that the flavor of the blue crab is subtle, and you want to enjoy the taste, so go easy on the sauce.

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