How to make it

  • Squeeze liquid out of imitation crab and put into a large bowl.
  • Pour stuffing into a measuring cup and add milk until it comes up to the 1 cup line
  • Pour stuffing, eggs, mayonnaise, lemon juice and 1/2 cup shredded cheese in with imitation crab
  • Pour into an 8 x 8 casserole dish sprayed with non-stick spray.
  • Bake in a 350 degree oven for 15 minutes.
  • Remove from oven and top with 1/4 cup of cheese and onion rings.
  • Bake another 5 minutes to melt cheese

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  • marthacheves 8 years ago
    Please let me know how you like this.
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  • mruniforms 8 years ago
    i am trying this recipe tonight. Looks and smells great. thank you. i am going with the imitation crab because of the budget
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  • upstatevoyager 9 years ago
    Thanks for the info!
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  • marthacheves 9 years ago
    OK everyone. It is best to use the real thing but the recipes I work up for my cookbooks are made with economy in mind. Most of my buyers are young adults who really can't afford expensive meals but want something that kind of looks and tastes like the real thing. On my site where I store the recipes for my next book I give ingredient change suggestions. For this dish I do suggest using real crab or changing it to shrimp instead of the crab. When I name a dish like this I try to use the "Imitation" in the name. I've had many young adults tell me that they can afford this but can't afford crab and they would like to see more recipes using the "Imitation." So, this is why I list it as a main ingredient. But you can use "Real" crab and it's delicious. I've made it both ways.

    upstatevoyager - I used a 12 ounce pkg. but to me the more the better. If there had been a 16 ounce pkg. in my house, believe me, I would have used it. So it doesn't matter which size you use.
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  • upstatevoyager 9 years ago
    I like both "real" and "imitation" crab. I just need clarification. Is it 12 ounces or 16 ounces of crab? I think it sounds really good. Thanks!
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  • brianna 9 years ago
    I love the sound of this recipe but I'm afraid I have to agree with crabhappychick about the imitation crab.I certainly want to try out this recipe but with real crabmeat. Although it would make the recipe more expensive there is nothing like the real thing.
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  • meileen 9 years ago
    Yum, I think this sounds really good. Thanks for sharing!
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  • crabhappychick 9 years ago
    Sorry, imitation crab is an abomination against nature! LOL...what did you expect from Crabhappychick?! At least I'm not rating it!
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