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<p />just recieved my hole-e-smokes silicon grilling mats today. Man oh Man, these mats are nice. Pictured are soft shell crabs, stuffed with crab cakes, wrapped in bacon. Cooked indirect on the silicon mat at 375 degrees for 19 minutes using 1 chunk of guava wood for added flavor. Reason for the mat? Did wanna put any cornmeal on the baking stone, didn't want a gritty crab. Cooked on the mat, removed from egg, and plated. This is not an endorsement for hole-e-smokes or the BBQ Guru people, this is just my preferred way of cooking the crabs. Now I can't wait to make chicken jalapeno sausage without having to use casings.
Heres the recipe:
6 large soft shell crabs........ cleaned
24 saltine crackers, 2 large whole eggs, 1 cup heavy whipping cream, 2 teaspoons of old bay seasonoing. Blend until smooth. Add to 1 pound of jumbo lump crabmeat.[p]Divide crabmeat mixture into 6 portions and top off each crab with the appropriate amount of crab cake, fold in the legs and claws, wrap each crab using a slice of thin bacon tucking ends underneath the crab. Season lightly and cook on the BGE.