How to make it

  • Cook pasta per package directions; drain and allow it to cool completely.
  • Mix crab, shrimp, green onions, celery, and cooled pasta.
  • Mix mayonnaise with dill weed, Old Bay, and lemon juice; pour over salad mixture.
  • Taste salad; season with salt and pepper, if needed.
  • Keep salad well-chilled until ready to serve.
  • When garden tomatoes are in season, this salad is excellent served in a scooped out tomato; or serve it on top of a bed of crisp lettuce or romaine leaves, surrounded by sliced tomatoes and sweet onions cut into rings.
  • ALTERATION: Omit the pasta from the recipe and this makes a great seafood sandwich filling, especially on lightly toasted croissants, or crusty sub-sandwich type rolls, topped with lettuce and a tomato slice.

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    " It was excellent "
    paprikamama ate it and said...
    Hey Lady..been awhile....and I still love your easy recipes...Thanks Sweety.....hope youre doing well...Nancy's been in and outta the hospital again...I worry about her.

    chat soon.
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  • dandelion 9 years ago
    My sister used to make a salad very similar to this one. I'll have to give this one a try. THX for bringing back a great memory. :)
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  • poohbearlovesheavymetal 10 years ago
    Sounds totally yummy!
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    " It was excellent "
    borinda ate it and said...
    Yummy. If this were served in Maine they'd do it in a roll which resembles a hot dog roll like they do "lobster rolls". I remember those well. This is lovely.
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