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Crab Pound Cake

Crab Pound Cake Recipe



  1. Preheat your oven to 300˚F. Whisk together sugar and eggs. Sift all other dry ingredients. Combine dry ingredients with egg mixture. Add melted butter to strained mixture. Place mixture in a large square cake pan (9” or 10”) with tall sides, filling pan only half full. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes or until toothpick can be removed from the center of the cake clean. Note: Corn flour is finely-ground corn meal.
  2. Port Salut icing: Sauté garlic and shallots in butter until shallots are translucent. Deglaze with brandy and ignite. Add remaining ingredients except port salut. Cook on medium low heat until mixture is reduced by half. Whisk in the port salut. Allow to cook for five minutes or until cheese is thoroughly combined. Remove from heat and purée. Strain through mesh strainer. Add picked crab meat to mixture and season to taste. Pour over a small piece of lb. cake. Top with pepper sprinkles to taste (recipe below).
  3. Pepper sprinkles: Place on a non-stick pan and place in the oven, with just the pilot light, on over night to dry out. If you do not have a gas stove you can cook in electric oven at 140˚F or the lowest setting on the oven for 30 minutes. Check peppers for dryness, cook longer if not dried out completely.

Recipe and photo courtesy of Louisiana Seafood Board and Louisiana Cookin'. Chef: Chris Lusk.

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