The Crab Bite is a great appetizer
or addition to a seafood meal. Naturally they came from the result
of leftovers and an experimenting mind.
Here's the story...
I cooked a crab au' gratin the other night and had some
leftovers in the fridge. I
also had some spring roll pastry in the freezer, so... sounds like we
have a deal here!! Right? You could most probably use the stuffed
crab recipe also.
Folks, this is as simple as it gets but it takes a little effort
on your part. I can only describe it as an explosion of craaaaaab
Using the 5" x 5" size spring roll pastry, wrap about a tablespoon of bisque
individually in each pastry. Be sure to seal them up with a beaten
egg yolk brushed on the contacting edges. Also, follow the
handling instructions on the package...this pastry is easily torn.
Put the bisque in the center, brush two edges with egg
(drawing 1), . Kind of like the following (yellow
Fold the corner closest to you over, bush the center and
bring the other
two corners in (drawing 2)
and roll them around (drawing 3)
Prick them with a toothpick so they don't blow up. Deep fry them
at 350F until golden brown. Everything inside is already
cooked so all you're doing is heating it up.
Here's the final result...
No... sorry, these are mine.... you'll have to cook your own!