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(1 lb) [FROZEN] - Crab Meat Lump- (Product of USA)


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  • Our blue crab meat comes from several picking house depending on the time of the year. They are located in North Carolina, Maryland, Louisiana, and Alabama.  

Express Recipes Lump Crab Artichoke Dip

USA Lump Crab Meat ~ (Freshly picked USA crab meat and carefully tubbed into pound containers.) Lump meat boasts a pristine taste that’s both salty and sweet. During Fat Crab Season, the meat even has a slight buttery taste.

Express Recipes ~ Lump Crab & Artichoke Dip, A Game Day Treat!

When picking crabs, you’ll find the lump in the two crab cavities. The heavy armored shell may intimidate, but a trusty mallet, seafood forks, and crab knives make the job easier. After prying up the apron tab and removing the top shell, many crab enthusiasts advocate breaking the crab in half vertically. The crab’s shell structure naturally cracks this direction. Scrape away the gills and mustard and you’ll arrive at the lump meat. In the back of the crab, you’ll notice large crab chunks. That’s the jumbo. In the center and front of the crab the pieces are smaller, but equally clean and white. That’s the lump. Get the recipes together. Today, we express lump crab meat your way!

Combine the salty-sweet lump crab meat with an herbaceous, slightly bitter artichoke. The flavor will have you searching for another dipping cracker! Gather the finest and freshest ingredients. 8 oz. cream cheese, ½ cup mayonnaise, ½ cup Greek yogurt, 1 tbsp. lemon juice, 1 bunch green onions, 14 oz. artichoke hearts, and 16 oz. lump crab meat. If you prefer some spice, include 2 tsp. Old Bay or even tobasco sauce. Remember, this dip will serve perfectly for a game day nourishment!

Prepare for victory. Preheat the oven to 425-degrees F. In a large bowl, whisk the cream cheese, mayonnaise, and yogurt until it’s smooth.

Enter the main players. Introduce diced onions, lemon juice, and most of the grated cheese. Leave some for the dip’s surface. Finally, give a cheer for the stars, the crab meat and artichoke, and fold them in. Lastly, carefully finish with Old Bay or tobasco. Continually folding, but make sure you add the final spices to taste. You don’t want to overdo it.

Winning Play. Transfer the dip to a casserole dish and sprinkle with the remaining cheese and begin the baking for 20 minutes. Watch with amazement as the dip takes on a slight golden brown. Let it set for 5 minutes and then serve with your favorite crackers or carrot and celery sticks. Enjoy a winning play from the Chesapeake Bay!

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