Ingredients Jump to Instructions ↓

  1. 110 -- ¥

  2. 1 Butter

  3. 240 Cream cheese

  4. 60 Mayonnaise

  5. 150 Crab meat

  6. 1 Onion - (medium to large, chopped fine) Some cocktail sauce

  7. 30 Lemon juice

  8. 2 1/2 Crushed garlic

  9. 15 Worcestershire sauce

Instructions Jump to Ingredients ↑

  1. Recipe Instructions 1. Allow butter and cream cheese to soften before starting.

  2. Mix mayo, butter and cream cheese. Do not use a blender, as the mixture will get soupy.

  3. Add lemon juice, garlic, Worcestershire sauce, pepper, etc. to taste.

  4. Mix in crab (or whatever) and onion. Of the choices, I feel crab is the best.

  5. Chill at least two hours, cover with cocktail sauce. This is an important part of the recipe. Author's Notes: My first encounter with this dip came at a New Year's party a few years ago. I was standing by the munchies table trying not to embarrass myself too much, when a woman came up to me and pointed out this dip. She explained to me that at a previous party she had lost control eating it and got a spoon! It's incredibly rich, and requires a lot of will power not to eat too much. I recommend Wakefield crab meat, Shrimp or Shrimp and Crab. I usually use Crosse and Blackwell's cocktail sauce, but feel free to use any kind that you trust. You can make your own simple cocktail sauce by mixing 3 parts catsup to 1 part horseradish and adding Tabasco, garlic, Worcestershire sauce to taste. Serve over Triscuits (they're nice and strong, to survive heavy scooping) or veggies. Irish is the friend from whom I got this recipe.


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