South Baltimore Seafood Recipe...
Crab Stuffed Flounder
Do-It-Yourself has never tasted so good as when you combine two favorites into one. Crab meat is used to "stuff" a variety of seafood. Flounder is a great fish to enhance with crab meat. Here's what it takes...
- Follow the recipe for Maryland Style Crab Cakes
- Use a knife to carefully separate the flounder by cutting along the seam to make a nice pocket in the flounder.
- Spoon the Maryland Style Crab Cake mixture into the pocket of the flounder.
- Use cooking spray to coat a glass baking dish and place the stuffed flounder in the baking dish.
- Bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes then turn the oven to broil for an additional 5 minutes.
- Maryland Style Crab Cake Balls? Yes! If you have leftover crab cake mix, go ahead and roll it into little crab cake balls to broil for that 5 minutes and use as an appetizer!
- There are a number of ways to make crab stuffed flounder. In some Crab Stuffed Flounder the crab mixture is thin and in some it is thick but the BEST way to make it is to stick with what you already KNOW is great! Think of the old saying, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it!
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