A delicious Crab Cake Sliders with Spicy Aioli Sauce recipe that will please everyone. You can even enjoy them without bread.
I have been dreaming and thinking about crab cake sliders for a while now. However, my husband believes that crab cakes should not be sandwiched between two buns. Well, I asked around on facebook and twitter on whether you wanted crab cakes or fajita sliders.
Man oh man ….. crab cake sliders won!!!
That just gave me even more ammunition to make these and have him fall in love with them. We are also not fans of mayonnaise in our house. Mustard or just plain dry wins every time. I knew that I could not slather these delicious sliders with mustard and opted to make a spicy aioli sauce — GASP!
Plus we liked this sauce. Another GASP.
These sliders went perfectly on the King’s Hawaiian ® Dinner Rolls. You can find these rolls in most local grocery stores and they come in savory or sweet. I think my hardest decision on these actual rolls at the grocery store was sweet or savory. As you can tell the savory won out and I was pleased that they complemented the crab cakes so well.
I toasted the rolls just slightly before adding the crab cakes and sauce. Nothing beats toasted bread especially when you love what’s on it!
If you make these Crab Cake Sliders, I’d love to see your final creations on Instagram. Make sure to tag your recipes with #azbrecipes or #azestybiterecipes so I’ll be sure to see them.
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Why baking powder ?
A Tablespoon of Baking Powder? Or, did you mean a Teaspoon? I’ve never seen that much baking powder in 1 recipe!
Yes, I used 1 tablespoon of baking powder for this recipe. I hope you try it out.
Wich ingredients are for the sauce and witch are for the cakes it’s just one long list then says mix all ingredients
Hi Matt, All of the ingredients will be anything above the sauce ingredient list. Add the crab meat at the end.
I am from India and my first impression of this recipe was- This is Vada Pav. But when I tried this, it was completely different and just awesome.
It seems like vadapav from India but it is completely different from that. I am from India and currently living in the USA. I have tried this recipe and it was really awesome.