I love these crab cakes. I make normal sized and serve for dinner. The fresh herbs in the cakes and the aioli add wonderful flavor. I place them on a baking sheet, lightly coat with olive oil cooking spray, and broil for 10 minutes--much easier to cook this way.
Mini Crab Cakes with Herbed Aioli
mdobrien Posted: 02/15/09
nikkilea77 Posted: 03/13/11
These were delicious, but I had a very difficult time keeping them together. I made them as 5 larger crab cakes instead of the mini size. Next time, I'll shape the mix into the "cakes" and chill them before cooking them to see if they hold together better.
Katmanduu Posted: 02/09/11
As a self proclaimed "Food Snob", I find myself paticular with "light" recipes. But this one? This was fantastic. Delightfully delicious!
germantine Posted: 01/17/12
These were great! Tasty and light like a crab cake should be. Aioli was also light and flavorful. Easy preparation. Followed the recipe pretty much to the tee. As a big texture person, however, I did coat the crab cakes in panko crumbs to get more of a coating. If you keep the cakes small, as the recipe suggests, there's no issue with them falling apart when turning over. This will certainly be added to my recipe collection!
emmyembly Posted: 03/04/12
I was a little torn on what to rate this. I thought the crab cakes were EXCELLENT and very easy to make. I thought the texture was very good and I did not have any trouble keeping the crab cakes together. I followed someone else's suggestion and just baked them for 10 minutes (simply for convenience) and they turned out great! I think next time I will try to sear them first as it will probably only make them better. I was torn on what to rate this because I did NOT like the aioli at ALL. I thought it was horrible and just tasted like straight mayonnaise. I threw most of it out. I will definitely make these again, but I will try some other sauce with them.
goosesc Posted: 02/06/12
Easy to make and delicious! I actually made a lot more crab cakes than it said it would yield, because I made them smaller, more appetizer-sized for a party. Ate the leftovers for dinner the next night!
melendbm Posted: 09/01/13
I love crab cakes and these stand up to some of the best I have had at restaurants. They are easy to prepare and guests love them! Definitely make the Aioli - very good as well.