Recipe: Sriracha Crab Roll

Okay … So, you can either use lobster or crab.  Either way, they both taste delicious!  I had my first lobster and crab roll from the Cousins Maine Lobster food truck.  After I gave that a try, I tried making my own version.

My recipe is below and I hope you enjoy!

Please note that you do not have to use the exact measurements below as we all have specific preference in flavor and taste.


4-5 King Crab Legs (cooked)
2 Lemons
1/4 – 1/3 Cup Mayonnaise
2 Teaspoon Sriracha
1 Teaspoon Sugar
Chopped Scallions
Chopped Celery
Ground Pepper
Hot Dog Buns or Your Choice of Bread
(I did not have any hot dog buns at the time, so I used regular white toast)


Steam crab legs for 5-10 minutes. Let it cool, then remove meat from shell. Pull apart or shred crab meat into smaller pieces.

Squeeze lemon, sprinkle sugar and a pinch of ground pepper. Add mayonnaise and Sriracha. Mix in chopped scallions and celery.

Thinly slice side of hot dog bun and toast bread. Spread butter on side before toasting if you would like. Scoop crab/lobster mix into hot dog bun or on top of toast.

And, that is all. Don’t forget to pair with your favorite beer 🙂 Enjoy!


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