The next best thing to a day at the Pacific coast! Sweet, tender Dungeness crab cakes cook up crispy and golden brown on the outside, sweet and succulent inside. No filler here--these beauties are more than 50% crab! They are enhanced with sweet red and yellow peppers, a hint of onion and fresh bread crumbs, then perfectly seasoned with fragrant spices that never overpower the wonderful flavor of fresh-caught Alaskan crab. Serve with a delicate garlic aioli, roasted red pepper sauce or your favorite seafood sauce. Net. Wt. approximately 3 oz. per cake.
These were the worst Dungeness Crab Cakes I have ever seen or eaten.
They were more like appetizers. They are not 1/2” thick and 2 1/2” around. I cooked two and they didn’t even taste good and had very little crab meat.
The crab boats are coming into ports and they have a good supply of crab meat but the boats are only getting around $2.00 a pound. Grocery stores are selling Dungeness crab for around $6.00 a pound. Sounds like the middle man is making a haul!
Whoever you buy your crab cakes from I would strongly suggest you find a new supplier!
They need more lump crab meat and they need to be twice as tall. We’re from back east north east near Maryland we love snow crab legs. And Maryland blue claw crabs but we also like a lot of crabcakes with more crab meat… Standard at the Jersey shore
Dungeness Crab Cakes
Good taste, a lot of crab but a little too salty.
These are really nice crab cakes. Lots of crab and very tasty.