To make these crabcakes you will need, one or more packages of GARDEIN Crabless Crabcakes.
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To cook the crabless crab cakes, I cut about a teaspoon in butter into a sillet, let it come to a sizzle, then I placed each crab cake into the pan.
I turned them over after about 6 minutes (or you can check to see if they are a crispy golden brown) and let them cook on the other side as well.
After both sides have browned quite nicely, I placed them on a paper towel to rest.
Now I am pretty simple when is comes to making sauces. I love tarter sauce, but I didn't have any on hand so I made a quick spicy mayo to go with my crabcakes.
In a bowl, I mixed about half a cup of mayo, some lemon juice (not a lot) and some cayenne pepper. Thats it.
Now you could put some capers in there to balance out the flavor a bit, but really and truly that is all you will need for the sauce.
Have you ever had crabLESS crab cakes? Seems a bit odd doesn't it? I promise, they are delicious. Gardein is helping to sponsor this post, so that means you get a $1 off coupon (on the homepage) to make them yourself!
Which is good, because they are on sale at Harris Teeters right now.
Before I head off, take a look at these cake stands!