Crab fries with, shrimp, Old Bay seasoning, and a creamy cheese sauce! Come on doesn’t that sound mouthwatering? I made this delicious game day combo with a batch of fries and boy oh boy this was a hit! These crab fries with a cold drink on the side. Yes, please sign me up!
I’m so glad to tell you about my cheesy old bay seafood fries. They are what I like to call a piece of soul-food heaven. The crinkle fries are fried up in a hot batch of oil. Next, layered in a seafood creamy cheese sauce. This recipe takes all of 20 minutes to recreate these old bay fries. You will love the simplicity on top of the mind-blowing taste. So, are you sold yet? I can pretty much answer that for you. Yes!!
Fries- I use shoestring French fries but you can definitely use the crinkle-cut fries or waffle fries. This is what I recommend but like I said I used it. Shoestring fries because it was all that I had on hand.
Crabmeat- If you don’t want the lump crab meat that comes prepackaged. You can also use fresh snow crab legs or Dungeness crab. You will just have to remove the shell or get the prepackaged snow crab legs.
Imitation Crab- If you want to cut the cost of these seafood fries you can use imitation crab meat instead of fresh crab meat.
Cheese- You can try to switch up the cheeses and use something like American cheese or about 1 Tablespoon of cream cheese.
Deep Fryer- You can use a skillet or a fryer. I love to use a deep fryer especially when I am making these old bay fries for a lot of people.
Cooking Utensils- Forks, and w spoon that can remove fries from grease easily.
Paper Towels- If you are frying you will need a paper towel to help remove any excess grease.
Store these old bay fries in an airtight container but be mindful that the fries may become soggy.
Last Updated on November 7, 2023 by Ronalyn Alston | Published: November 4, 2023
November 4, 2023