• http://vegetarianismisforeverybody.blogspot.com veggievixen

    sweet! vegan crabcakes are awesome! i’ve had some really good ones with fresh corn. yum. yours look so perfect and nicely crisp.

  • http://veganhomemade.wordpress.com Erin

    If these are anything like your faux fish, then I know I’ll like it!

  • Ann

    These look beautiful.

    I don’t eat any refined fats like oils and margarine, but I’d love to try these. Can you recommend any substitutions for the oil or can I just omit it.

    I know the texture will change, and I’m ok with that.

  • http://myspace.com/wordsfworth Amber

    These looked great, but we didn’t have, what seemed like half of the ingredients! haha OR a food processor. A blender can be a pain, but it does work.
    I replaced the celery with an onion, and graded extra carrots more finely.
    I used sesame seed buns instead of bread.
    No pimentos, and no capers either. I used olive oil instead of butter, and they still turned out great. Three of my non veg friends, went back for more. Good thing I made way more than the recipe called for! They were delicious! Thanks for posting!

  • http://thevegandiet.blogspot.com/ Jackie

    Thanks for the recipe, cannot wait to try it.

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  • phyllis

    This is such a GREAT recipe. They taste just like real crab cakes. I made them for a dinner party with meat eaters tonight. I think they are going to love them (almost) as much as I do. Thanks so much!

  • Angel

    Even with some changes (some deliberate and some not) these came out great. I’ve had real crab cakes out and paid through the nose for them and had them not be this good. I also learned that you can grate tofu, which I’d never tried before. More recipes, please!

  • Denise Valcory

    I never heard of Old Bay Seasoning so found this recipe on another site. Josh’s photography and site graphics are divine, by the way…and I am a new addict to this site as a result!

    Here’s the recipe: Old Bay Seasoning

    Emerils Essence is an awesome substitute for Old Bay! heres that recipe also if you want to make it at home and save a bundle

    2 ½ Tbs. paprika
    2 Tbs. salt
    2 Tbs. garlic powder
    1 Tbs. black pepper
    1 Tbs. onion powder
    1 Tbs. cayenne pepper
    1 Tbs. dried leaf oregano
    1 Tbs. dried Thyme

    Combine all ingredients thoroughly and store in an airtight jar or container. Makes about 2/3 cup