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  • Why is King Crab so Delicious?

    Posted on January 20, 2014 in Featured In

    Why KING Crab? First off a single King Crab leg cooked and served plain is 130 calories. The body of the crab often offers little meat, however, the legs are packed full of vitamins and minerals, and rich in Omega 3 fats. That means it helps reduce inflammation throughout your body and helps prevent cancer cell growth.

    King Crabs are unique not only because of how large they are and how delicious their meat tastes, but also because they only have six legs! Cooking King Crab can be a simple prep, and a delicious healthy meal. One of our favorites is topping a bed of leafy greens with cooked King Crab meat, graced with a light vinaigrette dressing. We have found some other fantastic recipes all over the place – but this one looks especially tasty!

    So back to the question, Why King Crab? We say, “Why Not!”

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  • How to Cook and Prepare Alaskan King Crab Legs

    Quick Cooking Facts and Tips

    • You should allow frozen crab to thaw in your refrigerator overnight before cooking and/or consuming.
    • The majority of crab cooking processes require a brief re-heat time of 5-10 minutes because our king crab has already been cooked.
    • King crab should be added to stews and soups around the last 5 minutes of the cooking process.

    Cooking Frozen King Crab Legs
    Most frozen crab legs are already pre-cooked so they will just need to be heated. When cooking frozen crab legs, we recommend that you place them in a colander or steamer over rapidly boiling water. The pot should be about one-third of the way filled with water. You will need to cover the pot and steam your frozen crab legs for about ten minutes or until they are completely heated.

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