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Seafood Salad is a tasty treat no matter what time of the year

I love lobster, crab, shrimp, or almost any kind of seafood. After making those yummy Almost Authentic Crab Rangoon for New Years, I had a bit of imitation crabmeat leftover. I like changing up our weekly menu so we don’t have to eat the same boring thing day in and day out. Today we opted for Seafood Salad sandwiches.

Image courtesy of creative commons license By: Mark H. AnbinderCC BY-NC-SA 2.0 via flickr.com

Simple Seafood Salad

Ingredients:

1 pkg. imitation crabmeat

2 stalks finely chopped celery

2 finely chopped green onion

1/2 – 1 cup mayonnaise (to taste)

salt & pepper to taste

1/4 tsp. Old Bay Seasoning

Instructions:

Chop imitation crabmeat into small chunks or bits and combine with chopped celery and green onion. Add mayonnaise and combine with crabmeat mixture. Mix in salt, pepper and old Bay Seasoning. Serve on sliced bread, hot dog rolls, or small hoagie rolls.

Add lettuce or tomato and you have the perfect light meal for a late night meal or Saturday afternoon lunch. Also great served as stuffing in a tomato or on a bed of lettuce in place of bread.

Author:

Linda is a student at Franklin Pierce University studying Business Management and works a full-time day job. She not only blogs when she has time, but she writes Young Adult Contemporary and Romance. Fantasy too. Since 2013, she has been a member of RWA and has published six books since 2010. One of which is a short story collection. In her spare time, which seems to be a rarity, she likes to knit, crochet, quilt, and sometimes garden, and find a chance to play with her pooches, Keelaa and Julie.

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