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Cream Of Crab Soup Recipe; The Best Cream OF Crab Recipe

Updated: Aug 24

Cream of Crab Soup Recipe
Cream of Crab Soup Recipe

Looking for a cream of crab soup recipe? Look no further! Take a trip to the east coast from the comfort of your own kitchen with the best cream of crab soup recipe. Old Bay seasoning adds authenticity to the rich flavors. If you're looking for a creamy, delicious soup that's easy to make and won't break the bank, then you've come to the right place! We've got just the thing - a delicious cream of crab soup recipe that will be sure to please your family and friends. Read on to find out how to make this scrumptious dish.

Being a self-proclaimed beach girl, I can tell you I have been to many restaurant's that have claimed to have the best cream of crab soup voted one by various organizations and people. I often get very excited when I see a sign hanging in the window or on the menu stating that they have been voted the best cream of crab soup, but in the end I wind up very disappointed. I have tried my hand at many recipes and have found that this by far is the easiest and best cream of crab soup recipe. You can’t go wrong with a crockpot right? I often tend to cook with using several recipes and conjoining them all together to make one dish.

Here is what you will need;

A crockpot

Old Bay ( to your taste)

Black Pepper; pinch to your taste

Parsley chopped (to your taste)

Little Dab of Worcestershire Sauce, again to your tasting

Lump Crab Meat

Crab Meat (your preference, I use the middle grade crab meat, or special they call it available in the seafood section)

Evaporated Milk 3 Cans

Cream of Celery Soup 3 Cans

1 stick of salted butter

Add cream of celery, evaporated milk, special crab, stick of butter and Worcestershire(hold lump until ready to serve) add in some old bay and parsley ( this is to your taste) put lid on crock pit and cook on low for 4 hours. I stir occasionally so that it doesn't get lumpy or curdle. When ready to serve I garnish with parsley, old bay, little pepper and throw some lumps of crab meat on top.

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