The Season Changed, Have a Crab Cake

Friday, September 23, 2011

We at Maryland Crab Cakes would like to say happy first day of fall!  With the new season of fall here why not start thinking about cooking more and make yourself a crab cake with a side of french fries.  Today it is easy to think of the leaves changing colors especially with Maryland Crab Cakes being located in the beautiful north eastern states where it is known for its beautiful fall colors.  But anyways back to that tasty crab cake you want to make up for your dinner.  Want some tips on how to make some home style oven fries to add to your crab cake meal?  It is actually a very simple addition to put along side a crab cake.

  1. Ingredients is a short list: potatoes, oil, salt and pepper (getting excited to eat a crab cake?)
  1. This depends on your oven, of course, but you’ll be wanting a pretty hot temperature, somewhere around 400 degrees.
  1. You will want to cut your potatoes in wedges or thinner strips.   Whatever you decide,  make sure they are pretty even in size so they will cook evenly.
  1. Put them in a bowl and toss until coated with oil, salt and pepper. (almost time to eat them with your crab cakes).
  1. Put them on a cookie sheet and bake for about 30 minutes or until fully cooked (golden brown).

Serve up with your crab cake and enjoy!  Just remember before serving up your oven fries with your crab cake that they should be extremely hot and we at Maryland Crab Cakes do not want you to get burned so please be careful and do not get burned.  Now go get your plate and fill it  with a crab cake and oven fries and go sit and enjoy the beautiful fall season.

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