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Very good! I used 2 cups real crab meat, cut the mayo back to 1/2 cup and increased the Monterey Jack cheese to 1 1/2 cups. I also added 1 - 2 tbsp of chopped jalapeño for a little kick. This has become my favorite crab dip. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
Today was the second time I made this, and since it was as well liked (if not more than) as the first, I give it 5*. My only tweak is purely out of laziness; instead of chopping an onion separately, I used the onion and chive flavored cream cheese spread. It came in 15.5 oz so I just doubled the recipe, mixing everything in my kitchen aid and baking in a 9x13. Magnificent!
After reading the reviews I too chose to go lighter on the mayo and increased the Jack cheese. We enjoyed this very much. If your store carries the grilled artichokes I recommend those for this dip. They really kicked the flavor up a notch. This one is a keeper!
Please do not make this with tasteless imitation crab, imitation is pressed bottom fish.
Use Dungenesse crab. Costco has nice crab.., or use it out of a can if you have to.
Very nice with real crab.
I made this dip for the second time. The first time I followed it to a t with the exception of the crab! Living in the Pacific Northwest I used 1 fresh Dungeness crab 1/3 cup of Jalapeños half cup mayonnaise and added a half cup of Monterey Jack cheese.... Absolutely amazing! Took it to a party and everyone raved about it
Turned out good. Cut the mayonnaise to 1/2 cup as others suggested. Added a half jalapeño chopped, 1/4 of chopped green onions and old bay seasoning. Sprinkled a handful of green onions on top after baking.