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Cajun Crab Rice Casserole

Updated September 12, 2017
Cajun Crab Rice Casserole
Cajun Crab Rice Casserole
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Cajun Crab Rice Casserole is a comforting and unique casserole recipe. Crab, Old Bay seasoning, and a homemade cream sauce combine with rice in this tasty casserole recipe. Then, the flavorful rice is topped with portobello mushroom caps and fresh thyme. If you're looking for a meal that is as impressive as it is delicious, look no further than this Southern recipe. If you've never had a recipe with crab, this is a great recipe to try! Enjoy this casserole with a side salad for a perfectly sophisticated meal.

Yields4 servings

Preparation Time30 min

Cooking Time30 min

Cooking Vessel Size8 x 8-inch baking dish

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In one word, MAGNIFICENT!! A teeny bit fiddly to make (I tend to prefer quick and easy for week night meals) but well worth the effort! We do not get Old Bay seasoning in South Africa but I took my clue from the word Cajun in the recipe title and used a very good local cajun seasoning. We ate every last scrap and have already saved the recipe in the Must Have Again file, lol!


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