The perfect light summer meal, crab cakes are actually fairly easy to make, so you should not be apprehensive about trying these at home. You simply mix together the ingredients, form them into patties, and pan fry until golden. Oh, how I love to treat myself to an easy (yet upscale) restaurant-quality meal at home! Great for entertaining houseguests as well.
My Go-To Canned Seafood: Vital Choice
If you feel like it’s hard to get good-quality seafood where you live, I want to make sure you know about Vital Choice. They’re a reliable source for wild seafood and organic fare, harvested from healthy, well-managed wild fisheries and delivered to your door! You can get everything from tuna to sablefish, wild shrimp to lobster, halibut, and also canned seafood (including crab!). AND you don’t have to question the quality or source. And now for that yummy recipe…
12 thoughts on “Easy Homemade Crab Cakes”
In your book are all the foods GMO free
Lisa always recommends buying all organic when possible for the healthiest options. – Nicole
How can you tell when the crab meat is fully cooked?
The canned crab meat is sold fully cooked.
Do these freeze well uncooked?
I have not tried that, but would probably experiment with freezing them after you cook them.
These look delicious! Is 5/6 of a cup a typo error?
Hi Linda – That was not a typo; the recipes calls for 1/2 cup in one step and 1/3 cup in another, which totals 5/6 cups. I’ve separated these out in the ingredients though since that is probably more expected. – Jason
These are delicious and so easy! It feels like eating gourmet on a weeknight!
Any suggestions for what to use to make it gluten free?
I am making them tonight and I bought gluten free bread crumbs.
Great whole wheat biscuits