The LA Ivy Inspired Panko-Encrusted Crab Cakes
The Ivy is a famous landmark restaurant nestled in fancy Beverly Hills. I have successfully eaten there once. All the other times I attempted the lines were just too long.
Having been born in Baltimore, I really wanted to try their famous West Coast crab cakes. While The Ivy would not part with their secret recipe, this one is a good substitute using Maryland Crabmeat of course!
The real trick is to quickly fry the crab cakes so they come out crispy and light. To do this, you’ll need to use some oil. However, if you want to keep it light, spray the crab cakes with olive oil spray and bake them for 10 to 12 minutes at 400F.
Submitted By: Rebecca Bent