A Maryland staple originating in the Chesapeake region during the 1800's from the prevalence of the Blue Crab, a staple in the region. The term crab cake technically didn't gain virality until Crosby Gaige listed it as a recipe in the 1939 New York World's Fair cookbook. This recipe is driven by marrying the fresh lump crab with the Chalsa (mild/or spicy) by creating a cohesive well rounded taste profile. For optimal formation, the crab cakes can be baked or even placed in the air fryer.
An American staple, which originally gained its popularity as an open face sandwich during the Great Depression. This variant focuses on creating a balanced flavor rooted in the sharpness of the asiago & cheddar cheese, herb whipped butter, habanero hot honey and finally Chalsa, which helps transition the palate through the aforementioned components. A wise human once said there are over a hundred ways to make a good grilled cheese. A wiser human followed this recipe.
This delicious hummus recipe includes turmeric, a spice containing curcumin, the core active ingredient that has anti-inflammatory effects along with having strong natural antioxidants attributes. Aside from the roasted garlic the chalsa will elevate the taste of hummus, adding another dimension of flavor. #chalsaoneverything