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T-Mobile Park Dungeness Crab Sandwich - Bite Size Seattle

Brett Godfrey

Brett Godfrey is the Marketing Manager for the JanusGroup at RE/MAX Integrity, a real estate team where he crafts compelling stories that sell homes, ...

Brett Godfrey is the Marketing Manager for the JanusGroup at RE/MAX Integrity, a real estate team where he crafts compelling stories that sell homes, ...

May 26 6 minutes read

How To Make The 

T-Mobile Park 

Dungeness Crab Sandwich

Bite Size Seattle Episode 5

Bite Size Seattle - Episode 5

In this episode of Bite Size Seattle, our Marketing Manager, Brett Godfrey, takes you into the kitchen to show you how to make the T-Mobile Park Dungeness Crab Sandwich! 

Below is a rough transcript of the video.

Recipe

T-Mobile Park Dungeness Crab Sandwich
From The Seattle Mariners Blog (created by Seattle's own Ethan Stowell)
I made two modifications: reducing the amount of mayonnaise used AND reducing the amount of Old Bay Seasoning used. It's best to start with small amounts and gradually add more until it reaches your desired taste/consistency.

INGREDIENTS

  • 3 ounces Dungeness Crab

  • 3 tbsps mayonnaise

  • 1 tsp Old Bay seasoning

  • 2 slices sourdough bread

  • 1 tomato, sliced

  • 1/4 cup room temperature unsalted butter

  • 1 tbsp minced garlic

  • 1/8 cup finely chopped parsley

GARLIC PARSLEY BUTTER
Let's start by making the garlic parsley butter. Take your minced garlic and finely chopped parsley and add it to the room temperature butter. Using a fork whip the three ingredients. Until well combined set aside.

CRAB
Next let's move on to cleaning the crab. We have a separate video that goes into detail about how to cook and clean a Dungeness crab. Okay, now that we have our crab meat all ready to go we're going to measure out three or four ounces and put that in a small bowl. Now, let's mix in the mayo and the Old Bay seasoning. Set aside the crab mixture.

TOAST
Butter the bread and put the slices butter side down in a hot pan.
Toast until golden brown.

SANDWICH ASSEMBLY
Spread the Dungeness crab mixture evenly across one slice of the toasted bread. Top that with the tomato slices and then put the second piece of toast on top, slice it in half, and enjoy.

Video Transcript

One of the best things about going to see live baseball is the food.

Welcome to another episode of Bite Size Seattle

I'm Brett, Marketing Manager here at the JanusGroup, your Seattle real estate team.

Hi, I'm Brett, Marketing Manager here at the JanusGroup, your Seattle real estate team.

One of the things I have been missing as of late is baseball. I love baseball.

Here in Seattle, we're incredibly lucky to have a beautiful ballpark, easily accessible and centrally located.
I love the sights of the ballpark. The action on the diamond. The fireworks after a homerun. The crowd doing the wave.
I love the sounds of the ball. The crack of the bat. The hum of the crowd. The umpire calling strike three.
I love the smells of baseball. The garlic fries, the hot dogs, the popcorn.
I love baseball.

I'm here at the corner of Edgar Martinez Drive and 1st Avenue South in Seattle's SODO Neighborhood at T-Mobile Park, home of the Seattle Mariners. This video was supposed to show you around the inside of the stadium, point out some of my favorite spots to grab snacks and treats during a game. As there is currently no baseball, I am unable to do that. Instead, we're going into the kitchen to make a Dungeness Crab Sandwich, just like the one that you can get at the Way Back Crab Shack here at the main concourse in center field.

Luckily, I was able to find the recipe. It is available on the Mariners blog, and that is what we are going to make today.

You can see the full recipe along with the written instructions below.

Okay, let's get to it. Let's turn this Dungeness crab into a delicious crab sandwich.

The Dungeness crab sandwich at T-Mobile Park's Way Back Crab Shack is easy to make. Garlic and parsley butter grilled sourdough bread with tomato and Dungeness crab. That's it.

We're going to make one Dungeness crab sandwich today. Here's what you need:

INGREDIENTS

  • 3 ounces Dungeness Crab

  • 3 tbsps mayonnaise

  • 1 tsp Old Bay seasoning

  • 2 slices sourdough bread

  • 1 tomato, sliced

  • 1/4 cup room temperature unsalted butter

  • 1 tbsp minced garlic

  • 1/8 cup finely chopped parsley

GARLIC PARSLEY BUTTER
Let's start by making the garlic parsley butter. Take your minced garlic and finely chopped parsley and add it to the room temperature butter. Using a fork whip the three ingredients. Until well combined set aside.

CRAB
Next let's move on to cleaning the crab. We have a separate video that goes into detail about how to cook and clean a Dungeness crab. Okay, now that we have our crab meat all ready to go we're going to measure out three or four ounces and put that in a small bowl. Now, let's mix in the mayo and the Old Bay seasoning. Set aside the crab mixture.

TOAST
Butter the bread and put the slices butter side down in a hot pan.Toast until golden brown.

SANDWICH ASSEMBLY
Spread the Dungeness crab mixture evenly across one slice of the toasted bread. Top that with the tomato slices and then put the second piece of toast on top, slice it in half and enjoy.

Thank you for watching this episode of Bite Size Seattle. Cheers.

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