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  • I really like imitation crab meat, because I think it's like having the pleasure of eating seafood minus the burden of preparing it
  • During one of my recent online quests for easy crock pot recipes I found a recipe for hot crab dip that called for imitation crab meat, and I knew immediately that I wanted to try it
  • I didn't have time for a trial run, so I just put my faith in this recipe and hoped for the best
  • I was actually surprised at how well I thought it turned out
  • Even though it's available on the Internet, I prefer to keep it a secret from my friends for now because I want to be the one who has the privilege of bringing it to the next event

    • by Davis Tucker
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      I really like imitation crab meat, because I think it’s like having the pleasure of eating seafood minus the burden of preparing it. So I’m always searching for new recipes to make it with. During one of my recent online quests for easy crock pot recipes I found a recipe for hot crab dip that called for imitation crab meat, and I knew immediately that I wanted to try it. Finding this recipe was perfect timing, because I was going to a pot luck dinner and I had signed up to bring an

      appetizer. I didn’t have time for a trial run, so I just put my faith in this recipe and hoped for the best. Thankfully it was a hit at the pot luck dinner, and I’m really looking forward to making it again.

      Here are the required ingredients for this recipe:

      1/2 cup of milk 1/3 cup of salsa 3 packages (8 ounces each) of cream cheese, cubed 2 packages (8 ounces each) of imitation crab meat 1 cup of thinly slice green onions 1 can (4 ounces) of chopped green chilies

      To make it, first combine ...


      • the milk and salsa and transfer it to a crock pot coated with non-stick cooking spray. Next, stir in the cream cheese, imitation crab meat, onions and green chilies. Then cover and cook on low for approximately three to four hours, stirring every thirty minutes.

        I was actually surprised at how well I thought it turned out. I didn’t even think it tasted like I had used imitation crab meat. When I brought it to the pot luck dinner I served it with bread cubes and a variety of crackers.

        Everyone who tried it said they really enjoyed it, and I had a few requests for the recipe. I didn’t tell anyone that I had used imitation crab meat, but nobody seemed to know the difference. It was an inexpensive recipe to make, but I thought it really tasted like a gourmet dip. I haven’t shared the recipe with anyone yet. Even though it’s available on the Internet, I prefer to keep it a secret from my friends for now because I want to be the one who has the privilege of bringing it to the next event.




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