Boiling Crab Leftovers? Boiling Crab Cream Pasta!

One of my favorite foods is The Boiling Crab. I just can’t ever get enough of it. To the point I like to over order a little so I can take it home with me. I usually order the 1 pound of shrimp Triple-XXX spicy Cajun style. After I’m done with my meal the bag still has a lot of sauce left over with some shrimp so I take it to-go to make other recipes with it.

You can do a lot with the leftover boiling crab sauce. I’ve mixed it into fried rice and even poured it over chicken and baked it. Trust me, it all tastes so delicious.

Today, I’ll share one of my favorite recipes.


What you will need:
  • Left over Boiling Crab Sauce (with or without seafood)
  • 3 Table Spoons of Butter
  • 3 Table Spoons of Flour
  • 3/4 Cup of Milk
  • A pot
  • A package of pasta [I used Penne Pasta] (just cook in water with a little bit of salt and drain)

Step 1: Put your stove onto a low-medium heat. After warming up your pot for a little bit, add your 3 tablespoons of butter and let it melt slowly. (That’s my penne pasta cooking in the back)

Step 2: Slowly put one tablespoon of flour, and whisk it around to incorporate the butter and flour so that it does not become too pasty and stuck together. It should be like a pancake mix consistency. Now add another tablespoon of flour. And repeat for the 3rd tablespoon of flour.Step 3: Add your 3/4 cup of milk and stir!  This is the process for making a roux. (a substance created by cooking flour and fat).

Step 4: Stir in your leftover boiling crab sauce! If you don’t like the consistancy, you can always add more milk.

Step  5: Throw in your cooked pasta and stir it around so that each pasta gets a good coating of your boiling crab cream sauce. AND TADA!!!!!!! Here is your delicious boiling crab cream sauce pasta!

I hope you guys enjoy it as much as I do. 🙂


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