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Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
Combine all of the ingredients in a casserole and gently stir until thoroughly mixed. Bake for 40 minutes. Serve hot with crackers or toast points.
By Irishwitch from Aurora, CO
Saute finely minced onion in butter in a double boiler, not browning, but just slightly tender. Put in Worcestershire sauce, red pepper, pinch of salt. Stir in Velveeta cheese until thoroughly melted. Stir in crab meat or lobster. At the last minute, put in the sherry.
Keep warm until ready to serve. If the mixture gets too thick, put in 2 tablespoons boiling water.
Source: Cajun Recipe from Cajun Friend from 1982
By Wayne C. from Huntsville, TX
Very tasty with veggies or crackers.
In a large heavy saucepan over low heat, combine the first nine ingredients. Cook and stir until cream cheese is melted and mixture is heated through. Stir in crab and 2 Tbsp. parsley; heat through.
Transfer to a serving bowl; sprinkle with almonds, paprika and remaining parsley. Serve warm with crackers. Refrigerate leftover.
Source: A friend Theresa
By Raymonde from North Bay, Ontario
By Jayme from Harrisonburg, VA
Blend cream cheese, Worcestershire sauce, mayonnaise, milk, and Tabasco sauce until smooth and creamy. Fold in green onions, crab meat, and salt and pepper (or optional seasoning).
Combine cream cheese and milk. Add remaining ingredients except almonds and blend well. Spoon into 8 inch round oven proof dish and top with almonds.
In a mixing bowl, beat cream cheese, picante sauce, and horseradish; mix well. Stir in the crab. Serve with celery.
Mix first 5 ingredients. Add enough mayonnaise to hold together. Refrigerate. Serve with crackers.
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Does anyone have a recipe for Cajun Crab Dip they would like to share?
I had it recently at Tom Thumb Grocery store. Very tasty. Needs to have less additives.
Also known as Cajun Krab Dip.
Can be made with surimi (fake crab cheap fish substitute).
I couldnt find one with that name but there were a bunch of crab dip recipes. You might want to look through them and see if they sound like the one you wanted. HTH
I love that dip. But, Yeah, it has way too much stuff and fat. So, I have modified it at home by using fake crab, light sour cream, light mayo, onion, celery and cajun seasoning. The KEY to the flavor is adding DILL. I know it sounds wierd, but try it.