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Crappie cakes #12599464
01/29/18 01:08 AM
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Crappie cake recipe link please. Searched but couldn't find it.

Re: Crappie cakes [Re: AQUA11] #12599561
01/29/18 02:23 AM
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There is a thread going on about Crappie Cakes in the Crappie Forum on here

Re: Crappie cakes [Re: AQUA11] #12600290
01/29/18 05:39 PM
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I used the linked crab cake recipe 2 weeks ago and it was good. Make sure you poach the fillets for a few minutes first and don't over work them, just fold together gently. I made the cakes and refrigerated them before cooking to hold their shape.


http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/baltimore-style-crab-cakes





Re: Crappie cakes [Re: AQUA11] #12600516
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For a recipe from crappie anglers read this LINK. Scroll down towards the end to get link to original post. Enjoy.


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Re: Crappie cakes [Re: kdub#1] #12604694
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Originally Posted By: kdub#1
I used the linked crab cake recipe 2 weeks ago and it was good. Make sure you poach the fillets for a few minutes first and don't over work them, just fold together gently. I made the cakes and refrigerated them before cooking to hold their shape.


http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/baltimore-style-crab-cakes

good recipe, thanks for the link

Re: Crappie cakes [Re: SolomonOwens] #12659707
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Zatarains makes a crab cake mix in the box. I substitute the 1 pound of crab meat with 1 pound of ground or finely chopped crappie. I do add one bunch of chopped green onion tops and 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper. Its a very simple recipe on the box with only a couple ingredients.They are delicious and simple to cook. You can bake them in the oven, pan fry with a little olive oil, or deep fry.

Re: Crappie cakes [Re: toledo puma] #12660169
03/06/18 04:16 AM
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The Zataran's worked great! I added 1/4 cup of bell pepper and a 1/4 cup of onions. Worked very well with the crappie cakes.
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Re: Crappie cakes [Re: toledo puma] #12661305
03/06/18 11:54 PM
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Is this the same Zatarains as the crab boil?

Re: Crappie cakes [Re: BAIT956] #12724063
04/20/18 04:02 PM
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Originally Posted By: BAIT956
Is this the same Zatarains as the crab boil?


Def not the same as the crab boil. Usually the crab cake mix is in the baking goods aisle(at least at kroger)

Re: Crappie cakes [Re: AQUA11] #12725240
04/21/18 06:43 PM
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Thanks BFG, I found it at Brooksires in the aisle with the fish breading boxes.

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