Preparing Crab Legs Through Boiling And Grilling


Seafood such as shrimps, prawns and crab legs are such a delicacy to many people but they ought to be cooked well in the manner that you like your meat prepared since we can say it is all the same as cooking your meat. Just like the beef has different ways you can prefer it so is crab legs. Crab legs can either be steamed, boiled, grilled or baked. The cooking method you use is entirely up to you but if you have visitors, then you can them how they want the meal.

Well, the purest form of cooking for any meal is boiling and serving the meal right after it has boiled and so applies to the crab legs. The first thing you need to do when you are boiling the crab legs is fill your pan with water and let it boil. Make sure that the pot can contain all the crab legs all at once. After the water has boiled then drop in the crab legs accompanied by enough salt and also add some spices if you need to. You can also add some vinegar to soften the crab legs. If the water is still heating at high temperatures, reduce it and let the crab legs simmer for about eight minutes or so. Allow them to absorb the salt and the spices adequately. The last step is to remove the crab legs, and they are ready to serve. Click here!

Another method that you can use to cook your crab legs is by grilling them. Make sure that you apply some olive oil on them to avoid them from sticking on the crab legs. Since this is not boiling, you should put some salt in water and maybe some vinegar then soak your crab legs for a while to allow them to absorb the taste and then they can be grilled with the flavor already Prepare your grill by cleaning it and adjust your fire. Get more facts about crabs at

It would be best to use a gas grill because you will be able to control the temperatures easily but if that is not an option, then you can also use the charcoal grill. Just make sure the fire is settled and all you have is the heat. With the fire the crab legs will dry and get hard and also the smoke from the fire will mess with the taste from the crab legs. Make sure that the crab legs have heated on both sides and they are not raw in the inside, see more here!


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