This imitation crab macaroni and cheese recipe is courtesy of Mid-Atlantic Dairy Associations staff member Stephanie (Beeman) Roscinski. Take your macaroni and cheese to the next level by adding imitation crab meat.
“I love to serve this famous Sunday morning libation in Ball jars — although I serve this with summer luncheons of crab salad, deviled eggs and slices of crispy bread because it’s the perfect complementing drink with this menu! People not only love the idea of repurposing the jar, they love the addition of harmonizing avocado and crispy bacon. Add some snow pea shoots for a little bit of artistry and a refreshing replacement for traditional celery. If you’re serving it like I do, use your favorite tomato juice or make a bloody mary mixture and add the accompaniments.” — Kerry Dunnington, author of This Book Cooks
“Try the sushirrito trend taking over the Bay Area in California! Sushi gets supersized with an imitation crab California roll sushi burrito that is filled with imitation crab, cucumber, avocado, carrots, and Napa cabbage. Serve with spicy mayo and soy sauce and laugh at all the normal-sized California rolls people are still eating.” — Sabrina Snyder, personal chef and blogger at Dinner, then Dessert
"This inexpensive imitation crab roll recipe is a great alternative to the more costly traditional lobster roll. A go-to recipe whenever you want a wallet-friendly taste of New England without actually having to go there!" — Fox Valley Foodie