Fire-Roasted Crab Shooters

Fire-Roasted Crab Shooters

It only takes 15 minutes to create a bold new tasty appetizer you might only find in restaurants.

Prep Time

15

Minutes

Total Time

15

Minutes

Makes

8

servings

1
can (14.5 oz) Muir GlenĀ® organic fire-roasted diced tomatoes, undrained
1/2
cup tomato juice
1
slice (1/4 inch thick) red onion
1
tablespoon cider vinegar
1
tablespoon olive or vegetable oil
1/2
teaspoon salt
3
drops red pepper sauce
1
small cucumber, peeled, diced (3/4 cup)
1
can (6 1/2 oz) special white crabmeat, drained (about 1 cup)
2
teaspoons coarsely chopped fresh dill weed
  1. In food processor, place all ingredients except cucumber, crabmeat and dill weed. Cover; process with on-and-off pulses until mixture is coarsely pureed. Stir in cucumber.
  2. Spoon about 1/3 cup tomato mixture into each of 8 martini or wine glasses. Spoon about 1 heaping tablespoon crabmeat onto center of each cocktail. Sprinkle dill weed over top.
Makes 8 servings
Make the Most of This Recipe With Tips From The Betty Crocker® Kitchens
Did You Know?
Canned crabmeat comes in different styles and varieties, including lump (most expensive), white and claw (least expensive). We chose the white for the best appearance in this elegant appetizer. Frozen crabmeat can be used instead of the canned, if desired.
Do-Ahead
Chill the tomato-cucumber mixture up to 1 hour before spooning into glasses. A bonus is the flavors will have blended more.

Nutrition Information:

1 Serving (1 Serving)
  • Calories 50
    • (Calories from Fat 20),
  • Total Fat 2g
    • (Saturated Fat 0g,
    • Trans Fat 0g),
  • Cholesterol 15mg;
  • Sodium 320mg;
  • Total Carbohydrate 3g
    • (Dietary Fiber 0g,
    • Sugars 2g),
  • Protein 4g;
Percent Daily Value*:
    Exchanges:
    • 0 Starch;
    • 0 Fruit;
    • 1/2 Other Carbohydrate;
    • 0 Skim Milk;
    • 0 Low-Fat Milk;
    • 0 Milk;
    • 0 Vegetable;
    • 0 Very Lean Meat;
    • 1/2 Lean Meat;
    • 0 High-Fat Meat;
    • 0 Fat;
    Carbohydrate Choices:
    • 0;
    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.