I enjoy experimenting with grain-free versions of old favorites. These crab cakes are easy to make with sweet potato and coconut flour.
My variation: instead of frying them individually I simply mix and bake the whole thing. I craved the left overs. They were so good the next day.
Always keep pre-baked sweet potatoes on hand to whip up dishes like this on or for a starchy snack. Sweet potatoes are not just for dinner anymore.
With a baked potato, this recipe took minutes to mix and a half hour to bake.
Half a large sweet potato (my favorite is with yellow flesh)
2 tablespoons of coconut flour
chopped red onion and jalepeno
8 ounce can of crab
Salt, paprika, cayenne pepper and cumin to taste
3 ounce can of tuna packed in olive oil
1) Put all ingredients in a bowl and mix with a fork until you have a well mixed, lump-free dough. Easy.
2) Pour the mixture in your bake ware of choice. I lined a nonstick brownie pan with baking parchment paper. I don’t have to grease the pan and the crab cakes avoid contact with teflon.
3) I put the pan in the toaster oven at 350 degrees for half an hour. All ovens vary so check on it as it cooks.
The result: a sweet and savory baked crab dish that can be served for dinner, lunch or brunch.
This was pure heaven. One of my favorites.
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