Broiled crab snacks. Broiled crab snacks My mother used to make these as a snack or light lunch. Cream together crab, cream cheese, and butter.. Put the scallops onto a container for the broiler.
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Ingredients of Broiled crab snacks
- Prepare 1 (8 oz) of Philadelphia cream cheese.
- It’s 1 stick of butter.
- Prepare 1 (6 1/2 oz) of can crab meat.
- It’s 1 package of hamburger buns, or French bread.
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Broiled crab snacks instructions
- Cream together crab, cream cheese, and butter. Always use the best crabmeat.
- Spread mixture over cut side of hamburger bun halves, or French bread split about 1/4in thick. I use hamburger buns or French bread because they don’t have any flavor of their own.
- Place under broiler until crabmeat mixture starts to bubble and edges of bun start to brown. Be careful not to burn your mouth trying to eat them before they cool enough. Enjoy.
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