Definition of crabmeat
: the edible part of a crab
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Trying to broaden sushi’s appeal, Tojo swapped raw fish for cooked crabmeat and turned the roll inside out to hide the seaweed.
For the crab cakes: Gently combine the crabmeat and the 2/3 cup of aioli in a mixing bowl.
An employee stole tubs of crabmeat from a restaurant.
Guests enjoyed a feast of crabmeat ravigotte, roast beef, and asparagus hollandaise.
Add the shrimp and crabmeat, mix well and cook for 2 minutes.
Mixed Cakes are made from a blend of two or more types of crabmeat.
Crab cakes were made by local Indian women who mixed the crabmeat with herbs, vegetables, and cornmeal, forming them into small cakes that were fried in sizzling hot bear fat.
Add the shrimp and crabmeat, mix well, and cook for 2 minutes.
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Definition of crabmeat for English Language Learners
: the meat of a crab eaten as food
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