Crab Salad Sandwich

Crab Salad Sandwich - The Surprised Gourmet

Crab Salad Sandwich is a quick and easy meal

This tasty Crab Salad Sandwich came about as a result of the Mac and Cheese recipe I recently made.

Having an extra package of the Louis Kemp Crab Delights Leg Style Imitation Crab Meat, I thought I’d see what kind of sandwich I could make from it. I wanted it to be similar to the Crab Salad but with a twist.

Put the following ingredients in a bowl and combine: 1 Roma tomato (seeded and chopped), 1/4 cup minced sweet onion, 1 cup chopped spinach, 2 large boiled eggs (chopped), 8 ounces Louis Kemp Crab Delights Leg Style Imitation Crab Meat, and 1/2 teaspoon celery seed. Mix these ingredients well. It’s best to add the celery seed with the ingredients instead of putting it in the dressing otherwise it tends to remain in the dressing container.

Cut the top out of a loaf of French bread like you’re making a large rectangle bread bowl. Save the excess bread you remove and make into homemade bread crumbs. Put 4 slices of Kraft Velveeta Queso Blanco cheese (cut in half) down the length of the bread. Cutting the cheese in half allows the juices from the salad to absorb into the bread. Cut and serve.

Be sure to have plenty of napkins on hand as this delicious Crab Salad Sandwich is extremely messy. For an easier to handle sandwich, put the mixture in Pita Bread instead. It works great.

Thanks for stopping by. Do you enjoy making sandwiches out of items you wouldn’t otherwise think of using? If you decided to give this a try, be sure to stop back by and let me know how it turned out for you or if you post it online, tag it with #thesurprisedgourmet. I always enjoy knowing how recipes turn out for you.

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Crab Salad Sandwich

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Serves: 4-6 servings

A quick and easy sandwich the family will enjoy
Ingredients
  • 1 Roma tomato (seeded, chopped)
  • ¼ Cup minced sweet onion
  • 1 Cup chopped spinach
  • 2 Large boiled eggs (chopped)
  • 8 Ounces Louis Kemp Crab Delights Leg Style Imitation Crab Meat
  • ½ Teaspoon celery seed
  • French Bread or Pita Bread
Instructions
  1. Put the following ingredients in a bowl and combine: 1 Roma tomato (seeded and chopped), ¼ cup minced sweet onion, 1 cup chopped spinach, 2 large boiled eggs (chopped), 8 ounces Louis Kemp Crab Delights Leg Style Imitation Crab Meat, and ½ teaspoon celery seed. Mix these ingredients well. It's best to add the celery seed with the ingredients instead of putting it in the dressing otherwise it tends to remain in the dressing container.
  2. Cut the top out of a loaf of French bread like you're making a large rectangle bread bowl. Save the excess bread you remove and make into homemade bread crumbs. Put 4 slices of Kraft Velveeta Queso Blanco cheese (cut in half) down the length of the bread. Cutting the cheese in half allows the juices from the salad to absorb into the bread. Cut and serve.
  3. Be sure to have plenty of napkins on hand as this delicious dish is extremely messy. For an easier to handle sandwich, put the mixture in Pita Bread instead. It works great.

 

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8 comments

  1. What a fun dish! Who doesn’t like crab? But who can afford it? This is the perfect solution — thanks.
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  2. Krista says:

    This sounds fantastic! Such lively ingredients. 🙂
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  3. Hotly Spiced says:

    It looks like a great sandwich. Sometimes the messiest sandwiches are the best sandwiches xx
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  4. When we are planning a picnic my daughter asks if we can buy the “romantic” bread. She means a baguette. This would make the perfect filling for a romantic picnic.
    Thanks for sharing
    Julie
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