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!)
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.
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…
I don’t have to have my arm twisted to make and eat crab legs. Ever. I love them. So whenever wild-caught Alaskan king crab is on sale, I grab some legs and claws. Anita’s not such a big fan of crab (well, she is a fan of the crab meat, it’s the sight of the crab appendages that doesn’t appeal to her), so I saved these crab legs made on the Char-Broil Big Easy for my own mid-week lunch.