How to make it

  • Add a cup of mayonnaise to a bowl and gently fold in the other ingredients until blended.
  • Refrigerte until needed.
  • Note: Crab Louis might have originated at Seattle’s Olympic Club, or in San Francisco at the long-defunct Solari’s. Or, prehaps, as Oregonian James Beard believed, in Portland, Oregon. It really doesn't matter. The dish clearly originated in the Northwest Pacific Coast area. The was named for the legendary French gourmand, Louis XIV. It is comprised of fresh, sweet Dungeness crabmeat, heaped on a mound of lettuce and topped with it's own delicious creamy dressing.

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  • krumkake 11 years ago
    An all-time favorite of mine - thank you for sharing your salad ingredients and the dressing...I am looking forward to splurging on this one day soon!
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