Ingredients

How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Lightly grease a 9"x13" casserole
  • Melt butter in skillet and saute onions until translucent. Add mushrooms and saute until tender.
  • Remove from heat and add crabmeat, crushed saltines, and parsley.
  • Spread mixture on each fillet. Roll up and place, seam side down, in prepared casserole. (You may use toothpicks to secure fillet rolls)
  • Melt butter in a small saucepan. Whisk in flour and salt. Add milk and stir until smooth. Add sherry and stir for 3-5 minutes until sauce thickens.
  • Pour sauce over filets and bake, uncovered at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until sauce bubbles.
  • Sprinkle with grated cheese and paprika and bake 5 minutes more, or until cheese melts.:
  • Wine:California Johannisberg Riesling
  • Note: Don't forget to remove toothpicks, if used.

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  • elgourmand 3 years ago
    Saspadudidly. I have has similar things and they are great. Fresh crab here is cheaper than canned so I’ll use that. Any time you’re looking for a different flavour just change the cheese. A very nice flavour combo. I think you should leave the toothpicks in and see if your guests have the good sense not to eat them. RJ
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  • optimistic1_2 3 years ago
    this sounds wonderful, trying it this weekend. Thanks!
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  • 22566 3 years ago
    Good hint in removing the picks before...
    Can use them to pick ones teeth after such a wonderful recipe. ~Grin~
    Thank-you
    Kind Regards
    Joyce
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  • valinkenmore 3 years ago
    Another gourmet delight!
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  • maureenlaw 3 years ago
    Truly a gourmet dish, thanks for sharing!
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