cooking crab legs. Use Fresh Lemon juice, Parsley, Butter & Fresh Garlic mixed together with some Old Bay Seasoning.. Pour all over Red Potatoes, Corn & Seafood which I use Shell on Shrimp, Lobster Tail, Crab Legs & Andouile sausage.. Secure bag tightly place in or on baking pan & bake Low & Slow.. I use 350 for about 45 minutes that usually works fine then turn it up to about 450 for 15 minute to make sure corn & potatoes are fully cooked especially if the potatoes are not cut into small…
Tis Cajun Crab & Shrimp Boil! cost me about $100 shopping at Whole Foods and buying Alaskan King Crab legs for $15 a pound on sale, but it was worth it. I would recommend reducing the amount of edible ingredients to just what each person will eat instead of weighing it all out to a certain amount. Absolutely delicious though! I made a garlic butter reduction sauce to dip the crab meat in as well.
There is almost nothing better than spicy garlic crabs. I've used dungenous crab legs, blue crabs, alaskan king crab legs, etc. Winn Dixie had a sale on stone crab legs $3.99 a lb. I couldn't resist getting tons of them, I hope that you like these...Happy Cookibg sw:)
Crock Pot Crab Legs - Yes, you can make Crab Legs in your Crock Pot! It’s actually very simple and once you make them you probably won’t ever order crab legs at a restaurant again. I buy crab legs when they are on sale at my local grocer and it’s always a nice surprise for the family. (I don’t think they know how easy they really are to make!)