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19 Scrumptious Ways to Eat Crab (round-up Post)

This weekend sees the 19th annual Channel 7 Mandurah Crab Fest!

19 years of celebrating the local Western Australian crab!!! I for one, love this event!!

I mean:

1) crab is delicious
2) it is an excuse to eat
3) they have fireworks on the Saturday night and I adore fireworks
4) there is always plenty to see and do!
5) someone else is dealing with the crabs and I just get to eat them (because as much as I love crab I am not that happy cooking it!!! I can’t help it, it just freaks me out a bit! I do cook them, but I don’t enjoy the process!)

So to mark this fabulous Mandurah Crab Fest in my local town I have pulled together 19 fabulous recipes from my blogging friends. (19 for 19 years see 😉 )

Each of these celebrates crab and uses it in some delicious and different ways!

Enjoy the Mandurah Crab Fest!!!!

Decadent Crab Grilled Cheese from Karen over at Soup Addict


Avocado and Lump Crab Salad from Gina at Skinny Taste


Crab Melts From Christin over at Spicy Southern Kitchen


Mangalore style Crab Sukka from Rupal over at Foodie & Fabulous


Crab Cake Stacks with Poached Eggs, Avocado, & Tartar Sauce Drizzle from  Molly at Yes to Yolks


Crab Cake Sliders with Pineapple Kiwi Salsa from Jessica over at How Sweet it is.


Dairy Free Alaska King Crab Bisque from Lauren over at Wicked Spatula


Shrimp and Crab Fisherman’s Pie from Mary over at The Goodie Godmother.


Crab and Rocket Linguine from Claire at Sprinkles and Sprouts (That’s me!)


Crab and Avocado Summer Rolls from Julia over at Savory Tooth


Crab Rangoon Crescent Cups from Holly at Spend with Pennies.


Crab stuffed Mushrooms from Jennifer over at Peas and Crayons


Creamy Crab Bisque from Ali over at Home and Plate


Quick and Delicious Crab Linguine from Lucy at Supergolden Bakes.


Crab and Corn Cakes from Nguyet at Taming of the Spoon.


Crab Salad Lettuce Cups (mayo free!!) from Kelly over at Tasting Page


Hot and Cheesy Crab Dip from Kathy at Lemon Blossoms.


4 Ingredient Salt and Pepper Mud Crab from Amanda over at Chew Town.


Spicy Crab and Chili Noodles from Heather over at Heather Christo.

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  1. Reply

    Hi Claire. OMG, where does one start? I can never get enough seafood, but then you know and understand that.

    1. Reply

      I know!!! I thought of you whilst I put this round-up together!!! x

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