For this recipe we showcase our Original flavor which can elevate any dish. The Chalsa composed of olive oil enables the product to be used as a simmer sauce, in conjunction with the shallots, garlic, parsley and butter which compliments the lobster delectably. Chalsa on Everything
Imagine not having to spend $15 on avocado toast and make this gourmet brunch equivalent staple on your own with a little bit of magic. I promise you one thing, this wont be the last time you'll make Chalsa Avocado Toast.
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.