Nancy’s Best Crab Dip Ever!
Nicole, as you’re my new recipe buddy, I thought I’d share this with you! I had a package of Boursin cheese in the fridge (you can get two at Costco for about $7!). I also had half a container of crab (which I bought in Costco’s refrigerated area. A sealed package will keep several months). I drained the crab well, mashing it and the cheese together.
Spooning the mixture into a small, ungreased, ovenproof dish, I threw it in a 350 deg. F. oven. After 15 minutes, I gave it a little stir to blend it further. Then I popped it back into the oven until it was hot and lightly browned, about 10 minutes more.
My friends gave this recipe rave reviews! For a two-ingredient dish, I impressed even myself! This is a great contribution when someone asks you to bring an appetizer! Keep the ingredients on hand for unexpected drop-ins. Mix and prepare to bake ... yum!
Thanks, Nancy! This is an impressive appetizer! And wouldn’t you know it? Nancy’s amuse bouche started at Costco!
Note: I want to add a couple of words to Nancy’s. First, you’ll save money by making Boursin yourself! See the Index under How to Make Boursin. Second, I’m amazed at the price of Costco’s high-quality, wild-caught crab! I paid $7.59 for 15-½ oz. (440 g) of vacuum-packed claw meat in Costco’s refrigerated deli department. Look for the Phillips brand, from Baltimore, MD.
|Ready to eat in minutes!|
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