Crab Sticks and Rice Salad

December 28th, 2008 in Salad Recipes by
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Total cooking time: 0h 45min  
Crab Sticks & Rice Salad

Crab Sticks & Rice Salad

Everybody who tried my crab stick salad fell in love with it after first bite. Now I have no problems deciding what to bring to the party.

This salad is easy and fast to do and the taste is just great. Try it, you will like it!

Ingredients

  • 1 pack (16 oz, 450g) of surimi crab sticks of your choice
  • 5 eggs
  • 1 cup of rice
  • 1 can (15 oz) of sweet fresh cut whole kernel corn (salted)
  • 1 bunch of green onions
  • 1 bunch of fresh dill
  • Salad mayonnaise by taste
  • Salt by taste

How to make, step-by-step:

  1. Prepare hard boiled eggs, boil rice for salad, drain corn, wash dill and peeled green onions with cold water:

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 1

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 1

  2. Slice crab stick into medium pieces. Put sliced crab sticks to the salad bowl:

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 2

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 2

  3. Peel hard boiled eggs (make sure they are not hot) and slice them into small pieces. Add eggs to the salad bowl:

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 3

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 3

  4. Add corn:

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 4

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 4

  5. Chop dill and green onion, add to the salad bowl:

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 5

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 5

  6. Add cooled rice to the salad bowl, mix everything you’ve got in the salad bowl and try if it is salted enough. You may want to add more salt at that step if you feel it is needed:

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 6

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 6

  7. Mix everything in your salad bowl with salad mayonnaise. Amount of the mayonnaise you need can vary depends of how thick the mayonnaise is. Make sure your salad is not too thick and not too watery:

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 7

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad Recipe: Step 7

  8. Your Crab Stick Salad is ready to be served:

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad

    Crab Sticks & Rice Salad

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18 Responses to “Crab Sticks and Rice Salad”

  1. Jasmine says:

    Do you have more pictures for this recipe?

  2. Leigh says:

    I made this salad last weekend and it was delicious! Not only was this recipe super easy to make but it also makes a lot of food, so I had plenty to share with my all family members. Thank you so much for your beautiful website, I plan on making more of your recipes!

    • MeCooking says:

      I am very glad you’ve liked it :) and your comment about size is valid, somewhat it is hard for me to make a food just for 2, most recipes on the website are big enough for the whole family (or can be served next day too).

  3. Elena says:

    I absolutely love this salad! My Mom has been making this for years, it is by far my favorite thing ever! Great recipie! Great instructions! Thanks a million!

  4. kathleen says:

    do you have nutrition info on crab stix and rice salad?

  5. sumi jomy says:

    hello i am an indian and i mistook crabstick for crab meat and got a packet of crab stick and now i dont know what to do? then i cmae across ur site and found an easy method but my question is dont we need to cook the store brought crab stick before eating?

    • MeCooking says:

      The surimi crab sticks which are usually sold in the stores are already cooked, so no, you don’t need to cook them before eating. However if in India they also sell some other types of crab stick you may want to follow the instructions on the package.

  6. Olga says:

    If you add little garlic to it or lightrly pan-fried onions it’ll add a nice touch to it.

  7. Destany Martin says:

    How long does it take to prepare this meal? I am thinking about cooking this for my exam in Nutrition and Wellness class.

  8. Achieng says:

    I made this today. simply delicious

  9. J kARTHIKEYAN says:

    Excellant

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