Crab cakes won't stick together....how to fix?
I followed recipe exactly--put an egg in--but they don't cohere....could/should I use, for example, a bit of mashed potato just to help them bind?
- MBLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Add more breadcrumbs, or shape into cakes & refrigerate for about half an hour.
- liningerLv 43 years ago
Abso-double-utely maximum suitable Crab Cake Recipe ?a million pound of picked blue crab meat. ?a million super egg gently crushed ?crushed a million/3 cup sparkling parsley finely chopped ?2 tablespoons mayonnaise ?a million/4 teaspoon old Bay seasoning ?a million/4 cayenne pepper (use somewhat much less in case you dont savor the warmth) ?a million/2 cup Saltines ?a splash of onion powder ?Salt and Pepper to style instructions to coach maximum suitable Crab brownies a million.In a small bowl, integrate the Maryland Crab, Saltine crackers, gently crushed egg, mayonnaise and finely chopped parsley. Stir into the batter is moist yet make optimistic to no longer over mixture. 2.upload a splash of salt and pepper. 3.type into 6 Crab brownies. The crab brownies could be a million/2 to 3/4 inches thick. 4.place the formed crab brownies into the refrigerator for 2 hours giving them time to establish and mixing all the flavors. 5.Sprinkle gently with old Bay, cayenne pepper or and onion powder. 6.In a skillet, fry crab brownies in butter. 7.Turning each and every crab cake in simple terms as quickly as till the two factors are browned. 8.to end serve with lemon wedges and gently airborne dirt and dust the brownies with a splash bit old Bay seasoning. 9.savor this Crab Cake Recipe
- chef.jnstwrtLv 41 decade ago
I prefer using course rather than fine breadcrumbs, Japanese panko bread crumbs work perfectly, but crushed saltines work well too. Always be willing to add a little more egg and breadcrumbs if it doesn't want to hold together. After my mixture is the right consistency I place a piece of plastic on top, pressing it together rather firmly and chilling before forming into cakes.
- scrappykinsLv 71 decade ago
Add a little bit more flour, maybe a tablespoon or two. Then shape patties and refrigerate for a bit, then try frying.
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- childofGodLv 41 decade ago
Add a little flour; it should do the trick. Corn starch is good.
- sandypawsLv 61 decade ago
Add a tablespoon of mayo - works every time!!
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Cornstarch, arrowroot or flour.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Make crab salad. ;)