Crab is probably my favorite types of seafood (and yes, one of the few that I enjoy). You may have even noticed before this that my seafood tag only contained one lonely item. Having discovered over the past year that I really like crab (legs, cakes, dip...what’s not to like?), I decided to give my lonely Baked Clams Oreganata a friend. This dip is perfect for a party or potluck because it takes almost no effort. You can literally put it all together during a commercial break and then it’s ready to cook. How easy is that?
I doubled the original recipe and added more crab because I have a big slow cooker, but feel free to halve it for a smaller crowd (though I would still use 2 cans of crab if you halve the recipe). The sweetness of the crab meat and the onion really shine through in this creamy dip, so it serves well with salted crackers, pita chips or pretzels.
Since I am not planning to post again until after Christmas, Happy Holidays to all of you! Thanks for being amazing.
Looking for a creamy, steamy bowl of comfort that will fill you up and warm you from the inside out? Look no further. Now that it’s really cold out and everything is covered in snow, all I want to do is stay in, snuggle up in cozy slippers and a fluffy blanket, read a good book and eat this soup. My mom has been making this recipe for a while (she adapted it from another blog) and it reminds me of my favorite soup from Panera (of the same name). I’ve tried a few other similar recipes but none have held a candle to this one. Definitely one of my favorite soups.
This recipe freezes well, so it’s perfect to make a big batch and then freeze individual servings. Then a hot, comforting, satisfying bowl of soup is only a microwave or stovetop warming away!
On a soup kick? Try Cheeseburger Soup, Spaghetti & Meatball Soup, Butternut Squash Soup, Chicken Tortilla Soup, White Chicken Chili, Herbed Chicken & Dumplings, Buffalo Chicken Chili or Roasted Tomato Basil Soup.