Baked Crabstick Patties

There are those meals that you make once out of curiosity and then becomes a staple on the family menu. For us, this is one of those 🙂 These crab stick patties are easy, relatively cheap and delicious. You can fry them in abundant oil of your choice or on a little olive oil, however lately I bake them in the oven after sprinkling a teeny bit of olive oil on top, way healthier 🙂

Baked Crab Stick Patties

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100g surimi crab sticks, minced
1 egg
1 small/medium onion, minced
1 tsp minced garlic
1 tbsp mayonnaise (I use light)
1 tsp fresh lemon juice
salt, pepper
1 big handful of stale bread roll
2-3 tbsp breadcrumbs

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1. Soak the bread in water and then squeeze the water out, tear into little pieces and mix with all the other ingredients in a bowl. Add more breadcrumbs as needed to get the right consistency to make patties.
2. Form palm sized patties of the mixture, cover with breadcrumbs.
2. Place the patties on a non-stick baking tray (I use my pizza pan for this, perfect size :)), sprinkle with a little olive oil and bake in the oven at 200°C/390°F, turning them after about 20 minutes and baking for a few more minutes.

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They are also perfect for freezing, once you made the patties and covered them with breadcrumbs, place them separately in freezing bags. You can simply bake/fry them when ready to eat (no need to defrost).

2 Responses to “Baked Crabstick Patties”
  1. Oh do those look scrumptious! I am definitely making these…well soon once I have an oven again. You’re right though, they do look easy to make & I love the freezing part.

    • Thank you 😉 The freezing part was useful when I was on a business trip and had to leave the boyfriend at home with some easy to prepare food, he just had to grab them from the freezer and pop them in the oven, yum!! Now where is that oven, its Autumn, you need to bake pumpkins :))

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