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Fancy Alaskan Snow Crab Picks

Fancy Alaskan Snow Crab Picks

Fancy Alaskan Snow Crab Picks

Finger food! Already cooked and ready to eat, they are incredibly addictive. Betcha can't eat just one!

Previously frozen.

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Minimum order: 3/pound(s)




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 1/3 full of water. You will need to cover the pot and steam your frozen crab legs for 4 minutes.


To boil crab legs, simply fill a large sauce pan half full of cold water and bring to a boil. Add a tablespoon of salt and the seasoning of your choice, if any. When the water begins to boil, add the crab legs and reduce heat to medium. Allow them to simmer for about four minutes. Take the crab legs out of the water, rinse, and they will be ready to eat.


To bake crab legs, preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Place the crab legs in a shallow baking pan in single layers. Place hot water in the pan about 1/8 of an inch deep. Cover the pan with aluminum foil and bake for eight to ten minutes.


To grill crab legs you need to brush olive oil on all sides of the crab legs to prevent them from sticking. Then place the crab legs on a hot grill of 300 degrees for about five minutes, turn over and cook for another five minutes until they are heated all the way through. Remove from the grill and serve with butter or sauce.


Our crab can be stored in the refrigerator and still maintain it's flavor and freshness for 1-2 days. It can save in the freezer for up to two months and still remain tasty.

Refrigerate your crab within two hours of cooking it.

Refrigerate cooked crab by placing it in a dish with saran wrap loosely over the top. Place ice on top of the saran wrap to keep freshness.

To freeze, place the cooked crabs in heavy-duty freezer bags or airtight plastic containers.

Nutritional Facts


Often boiled alive, crabs are prepared and eaten as a dish in various ways all over the world. Like other fish and seafood, crab is an excellent source of high-quality protein. It is low in total fats and cholesterol, low in calories and contains no carbohydrates. Crab is also a good source of B complex Vitamins and several minerals, which makes it a healthful food choice to add to your nutrition plan.

  • No sugar
  • High in magnesium
  • High in niacin
  • High in phosphorus
  • Low in saturated fat
  • High in potassium
  • High in selenium
  • Very high in vitamin B12
  • Very high in zinc



Nutrient Unit 1 Value per 100 g 3.0 oz 85.0g
Water g 80.58 68.49
Energy kcal 90 76
Protein g 18.5 15.72
Total lipid (fat) g 1.18 1
Carbohydrate, by difference g 0 0
Fiber, total dietary g 0 0
Calcium, Ca mg 26 22
Iron, Fe mg 2.5 2.12
Magnesium, Mg mg 49 42
Phosphorus, P mg 133 113
Potassium, K mg 173 147
Sodium, Na mg 539 458
Zinc, Zn mg 2.8 2.38
Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid mg 7 6
Thiamin mg 0.08 0.068
Riboflavin mg 0.2 0.17
Niacin mg 2.5 2.125
Vitamin B-6 mg 0.15 0.128
Folate, DFE µg 44 37
Vitamin B-12 µg 9 7.65
Vitamin A, RAE µg 45 38
Vitamin A, IU IU 150 128
Fatty acids, total saturated g 0.143 0.122
Fatty acids, total monounsaturated g 0.256 0.218
Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated g 0.422 0.359
Cholesterol mg 55 47



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