“Salads of the Sea”

Summer may be fading, but I thought I would share a couple of dip recipes for you to enjoy some warm weekend this month. I’m not sure which one you will like better!

Sheep Dip:
(Ingredients of TopClip40, manufactured by Orion AgriScience of New Zealand)

Diazinon (active ingredient), 400 g/liter
Low aromatic hydrocarbon solvents, up to 152 g/liter
Medium aromatic hydrocarbon solvents, up to 98 g/liter

 

“Salads of the Sea” Seafood & Lobster Dip:
(“A rich, delicious dip made with a blend of seafood, imitation lobster and buttery flavor” manufactured by Future Food Brands, a subsidiary of Lakeside Farms, Delphos, Ohio)

Cream cheese:

Milk
Cream
Cheese culture
Salt
Carob bean gum
Guar gum

Imitation crab meat:

Fish protein (pollock and/or whiting)
Water
Wheat starch
Sugar
Soybean oil
Egg whites
Potato starch
2% or less of:

Salt
Mirin wine
Natural and artificial crab flavor
Hydrolyzed soy protein
Sodium tripolyphosphate
Tetrasodium phosphate
Carmine
Paprika oleoresin (color added)

Mayonnaise
Imitation lobster:

Alaska pollock
Water
Pea starch
Sorbitol
Sugar
Modified tapioca starch
2% or less of:

Lobster meat
Natural and artificial flavors
Refined fish oil
Rice wine
Egg whites
Sea salt
Potassium chloride
Disodium inosinate
Sodium pyrophosphate
Soy lecithin
Carmine
Paprika (color added)

Butter flavored oil blend:

Soybean oil
Palm oil
Salt
Natural flavor
Beta carotene

Lobster puree:

Lobster
Canola oil
Salt
Guar gum
Xanthan gum

Lobster base:

Baked lobster meat including:
Juices
Salt
Tomato paste
Potato flour
Butter
Shrimp extract
Dry whey
Paprika
Natural flavor

Parsley
Potassium sorbate
Natural flavor

As we epicureans like to say, Bone Appetite!

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2 Responses to “Salads of the Sea”

  1. Eric says:

    Hey buddy –

    Are those specialty ingredients available at Whole Foods?

  2. Craig says:

    Hi Eric – I don’t visit Whole Foods very often. If you do shop there, finding “artificial crab flavor” may present a challenge. As a work-around, I would suggest finding some artificial crabs (visit your local Bass Pro Shop), heating them in a saucepan until they melt (don’t burn them! you’ll never be able to scrape them off the pan), and adding that to the mix to provide the right amount of artificial crab flavor. Thanks for your interest!

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