Crab Cake Sauces
Crab cake sauces help to compliment the flavor of the crab cakes so they can be in perfect syncing heaven.When choosing a sauce for your crab cakes look for something that contrasts the taste of the crab meat. If you’re cooking up a spicy crab cake then look for a bit of zing from citrus. Or if you have a mild flavoured crab cake maybe you need to add some heat.
Your going to love these easy tartar sauce recipes, unless of course you’re opposed to saving time, energy and dislike all things awesome. There are plenty of tartar sauces out there that suck the big one. These are not those sauces, but you need to use these key ingredients to have success.
This hollandaise sauce for crab cakes recipe is timeless. There have been several variations and minor tweaking but no one can deny it’s simplistic charms…not even Martha Stewart herself. Because this is the hollandaise sauce at it’s core you can experiment with your own creativity by adding and tweaking however…
“Whoa dude you’ve gotta try this out OMFG!” He takes another bite…”These are totally awesome!” This is the type of reaction you can expect when your daughter invites a bunch of teens over and you serve them this recipe for crab cake salsa.
This crab cake dipping sauce recipe is too good not to share. And it works well with most things including crab legs, prawns, scallops and fish. Basically, anything out of the sea will benefit from a punch in the flavor gut.
Aioli is a classy mayonnaise. When the mayonnaise is homemade and a few key fresh ingredients are added it makes the perfect sauce for any kind of seafood dish but works exceptionally well with crab cakes. On top of garlic’s killer qualities of curbing vampire attacks.
My number one favorite thing to do with lemons is to stick two down my shirt to make my boobs look perky and big. My second favorite thing to do with lemons is to use the entire fruit zest, juice and all. Trust me the later is a more appropriate way to get attention from your dinner guests.