Lump Crab Cream Sauce Recipe

Directions. In a skillet melt 2 - 4 tbsp butter, Saute Garlic and diced shallots - Do Not Burn. Add Heavy Cream and stir. Season with Lane's Original Smoked Salt. Add parsley …

Rating: 5/5(1)
Total Time: 15 mins
Category: Crab / Sauce
Calories: 175 per serving
1. In a skillet melt 2 - 4 tbsp butter, Saute Garlic and diced shallots - Do Not Burn
2. Add Heavy Cream and stir
3. Season with Cooper's Provisions Smokehouse Smoked Salt
4. Add parsley and fold in crab meat. Do not break up crab meat.

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