Deviled crab is one of the great traditions of the Lowcountry. Unfortunately, due to the many more-bread-crumb-than-crab, freezer-burned versions out there, most people turn their noses up when they think of it. I can’t really blame them. Bad deviled crab is really bad. But man, truly good deviled crab is damn tasty. To make vibrant, fresh, moist deviled crab, use delicious Carolina Gold rice to help bind the filling. I like to serve deviled crab in little silver crab tins for a cool retro presentation, but if you’re getting fresh whole blue crabs, by all means, use the shells themselves.You can find more delicious recipes in Sean Brock's cookbook, South: Essential Recipes and New Explorations.
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