In true restaurant fashion, you’ll need a ring mold to build these “cakes” so that they hold their shape.
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Tasted fantastic! The tomato chutney really ties it all together. I made this for my brother who is a professional chef, and he was quite impressed!! I used low fat coconut milk to cut the cal and fat content, and instead of using a ring mold (I didn't have one) I just used the coconut milk can that I cut both ends off and washed out. Worked very well. It's a must try - PLUS, it looks great on the plate - great way to impress your guests! :)
Made this last night and it is insane with fresh, complex, wonderful flavors. I set this on a leaf of butter lettuce was the only change. Never going back to traditional crab cakes again. If you don't try this, you are missing out on life.
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