Garlic Crab from Food.com: This is a simi difficult recipe, but the result is ever so delectable. I had something like this at Crustaceans in San Francisco. They used the wonderful Dungeness crabs, but here in Virginia I had to settle for Blue crabs, which turned out just as nice.
Partan Bree (Scottish Crab Bisque) Roasted crab shells and sherry lend sweet depth to this luscious bisque from chef Michael Smith of the Three Chimneys restaurant on Scotland's Isle of Skye. This recipe first appeared in the 2012 SAVEUR 100, with the article Three Chimneys.
Roasted Red Pepper and Blue Crab Bisque from the Chesapeake Bay - A recipe for velvety bisque made with roasted red peppers and blue crab caught directly from the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland during our anniversary trip. Let's go crabbing!
Chili Crab recipe - While this dish is traditionally prepared with green mud crab in Malaysia, I used a 2-lb Dungeness crab. If you can’t find green mud crab or Dungeness crab in your area, you can always use another crab—stone crab or blue crab. #malaysian #crab
Maryland Crab Soup Recipe (10 servings) 2 can (14.5 ounces each) stewed tomatoes 3 cup water 1 cup fresh lima beans 1 cup frozen corn 1 cup carrots, sliced 2 tbsp onion, chopped 2 tbsp Old Bay seasoning 2 cup beef broth 1 lb blue crab crabmeat 10 blue crab claws, optional 1 gal water, for boiling crab claws
Steaming is a great cooking method for Maryland blue crab. Not only does it result in tender, succulent flesh, but it also means you can flavor the steaming liquid and this flavor will soak into the crab, giving it a subtle yet very nice taste. The following recipe calls for beer, vinegar, salt and seafood seasoning to act as the steaming liquid, and these flavors are fantastic with the crab.
Blue Crab Beignets | "These savory beignets are a staple at my restaurant, La Petite Grocery. They're a cross between a Mediterranean cod fritter and a crab-stuffed Louisiana beignet—and it's the reason LPG is as popular as it is today." -Justin Devillier @pannacooking
There is almost nothing better than spicy garlic crabs. I've used dungenous crab legs, blue crabs, alaskan king crab legs, etc. Winn Dixie had a sale on stone crab legs $3.99 a lb. I couldn't resist getting tons of them, I hope that you like these...Happy Cookibg sw:)
Bon Appetit (May): Blue Crab Beignets - Using the best and freshest crabmeat you can get your hands on makes all the difference in these lightly battered and totally addictive fritters from La Petite Grocery, a new-school NOLA bistro.