Top-ranked recipe named "Baby Brie Crab Appetizer"
This is a wonderful appetizer! It's easy to make and delicious. Warm creamy baby brie with crab in a crispy tartlet. YUM!
"These were great but not without Old Bay Seasoning (as someone else suggested) and a little hot sauce. That really made them great. I had to make another 40 because they were so good."- aphilbeck8
Heat oven to 350 F.
Trim rind from outside edge of cheese.
Cut crosswise into 6 strips. Trim rind from each strip.
To form 30 pieces, cut the 4 longest strips each into 6 cubes.
Cut the 2 shortest strips each into 3 cubes.
In small bowl, combine crab meat, mayonnaise, pimiento and shallot.
Arrange tartlet shells on large cookie sheet. Spoon crab mixture evenly into tartlet shells, about 1 tsp. each. Top with cheese cube.
Bake 5 minutes or until cheese is soft and melted.
Sprinkle with chives.
hawks305 5 months agoThis is a great recipe, did this for a church brunch had a lot of compliments. Did not use the brie cheese used smoked Gouda instead. Will make this again.
kater1 7 months agothey were good, but not super good. I might make it again.
nancymiller 8 months agoSeveral mentioned adding Old Bay seasoning and hot sauce. How much of each? I can't wait to try them. I wonder how they would be with chicken or sausage.
innayan5 8 months ago
jpwentworth 1 year agoNice recipe, however, the ingredients do not list pimento.
Lucifera 1 year agoSimple and excellent! I will add some seasonings to the crab mixture next time though.
sarahbaker2 1 year ago
aphilbeck8 2 years agoThese were great but not without Old Bay Seasoning (as someone else suggested) and a little hot sauce. That really made them great. I had to make another 40 because they were so good.
hakers12 2 years agoHow much pimento do you add? I didn't see it listed in the ingredients but you mention adding them to it.
jessicamonroeharrington 2 years agoEasy to make, sounds and looks fancy but was on the bland side. Everyone liked them though, so maybe just me.