What is the best way to cook Imitation crab meat?

I bought two and 1/2 lbs of it from walmart, and i think it is already cooked, i just want to know the best way to heat it up.

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10 Responses to “What is the best way to cook Imitation crab meat?”

  1. tommygirl69 said:

    Im not crazy about it, but I had it with mayo, and celery-cold like seafood salad

  2. pink_birdp said:

    Mix it was cream cheese or french onion dip and It makes a nice crab dip.

  3. xtiancoolbluedude said:

    mayonase and butter andsome stuff. search it up in the web! http://google.com/

  4. Bucky Ruckus said:

    Let it sit a minute in melted butter.

  5. Jackie G said:

    I used to be a seafood manager for a grocery chain!! You can either eat it cold in a salad, use it for dipping with cocktail sauce. Sautee it in butter, does not need to cook long as it is already cooked. If you want it heated up I have used it with fettucinni alfredo. Hope this helps!!

  6. MuffinMan said:

    I don’t think I have ever heated “Krab with a K” – I usually make seafood salad with it – shred the krab meat and add mayo, Old Bay seasoning, sliced green onions, and peas. Salt and pepper to taste. Use this seafood salad to top a regular green salad or put some on a hoagie roll for a seafood sandwich.

  7. Honeybee said:

    For me, I love to use a saute pan with some melted margarine, add diced green onion and some fresh mushrooms, add 1/4 cup dry white wine, 1/4 heavy cream, and serve it over either rice or angel hair pasta. The great thing is that imitation crab really holds it’s flavor.
    Another good recipe is to chop the crab, add mayo, pepper, tarragon, and garlic powder (the spices to taste; I tend to overdo spices!), add chopped green pepper and crumbled crisp-fried bacon, and have a sandwich on a good bakery bun (rye buns are fabulous). Hope these help!

  8. Ayhra said:

    mix it with mash potato onion butter and diced capsicum and shape into patties and fry or bake them for crab cakes!

  9. mom_with_twins_in_milpitas said:

    Try making crab cakes. Doesn’t take that much time to make and they are yummy.

    INGREDIENTS:
    1 egg, beaten
    2 slices bread, crusts removed and broken into crumbs
    1 tablespoon Seafood Seasoning
    1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
    1 tablespoon mayonnaise
    1/2 teaspoon baking powder
    1 pound fresh crabmeat

    ——————————————————————————–

    DIRECTIONS:
    Combine egg, bread crumbs, seafood seasoning, Worcestershire sauce, mayonnaise and baking powder in a large bowl. Stir in crabmeat. Mix well; shape mixture into 8 one-half inch thick patties.
    Broil for 10 minutes, without turning.

    Prep Time:10 Minutes
    Cook Time:10 Minutes
    Ready In:20 Minutes
    Servings:4

  10. Bogeyman said:

    Mix it up with some canned tuna & the cat will eat it.




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