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What's the difference in using mayo vs an egg as a binder in crab cakes?

asked by katherine_ellington over 7 years ago

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betteirene
added over 7 years ago

Mayo adds flavor in a way that eggs can't. Mayo's thickness also allows you to add more lumpmeat and less filler so that your cakes taste like crab instead of cracker or bread crumbs.

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katherine_ellington
added over 7 years ago

Really helpful.

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