Warm Crab Dip

We had a lot of crab left over from the sushi that we made soon after Christmas (to be posted soon, hopefully) so I found this crab dip on allrecipes.com and decided to make it for New Year's Eve.

I think the majority thought it was really good, basically everyone who likes crab, liked the dip. I served it with cut up pieces of french bread.

I don't have a pic of this one, but it's just a creamy looking dip. I actually cut the recipe into 2/3 instead of making all of it. It still make quite a lot, and probably could've been cut by another 1/3.

Below is the full recipe; which, according to allrecipes.com, makes 32 servings.

3 (8 ou) packages cream cheese, softened
3/4 c mayo
1/4 c white wine
2 (6 ou) cans crab meat, drained
1 t prepared mustard
1 pinch seasoning salt
1 dash garlic powder
1 pinch onion powder
1 dash Worcestershire sauce

In a double boiler, melt cream cheese with may. Stir in white wine and then mix in crab meat, seasoning salt, garlic powder, onion powder and Worcestershire sauce. Heat until the entire mixture is warmed through, stirring occasionally.

Thin the mixture with more wine if desired. Serve warm.



Ooh I love crab dip! Thanks for sharing!

Leslie Craven

I have some crab in the fridge now - maybe make this weekend!

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