Jumbo Snow Crab Legs

Jumbo Snow Crab Legs

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Regular price $49.98 Sale

2 lb. per Bag

  • 10 to 12 oz. Each Cluster
  • Typically around 2 ½ to 3 clusters per bag
  • Very large, flavorful Opilio Snow crab legs and claws
  • Wild Caught in Canada
  • Pre-cooked and flash frozen

Our Snow Crab legs are cooked and frozen shortly after they are caught, so you receive the freshest legs possible. Each leg has a generous portion of sweet and savory crab meat. Simply delicious! MUCH MUCH bigger than your local grocery store.

*Larger Clusters may reduce the overall count

Serving size: approximately 1 to 1.5 pounds per person

Please note that Snow Crab can be prone to breakage during shipping and we are not responsible for breakage that occurs during shipping. We have a policy of not packing broken pieces, and we pack it very carefully. 

Storing: Frozen snow crab can be kept in a freezer for several months due to it's protective water glaze.

Thawing: Place snow crab in the refrigerator a day prior to cooking (steaming or broiling) it or overnight. If you have any left-over snow crab, place it in the refrigerator and use within a couple of days.

How to cook crab legs: Our crab legs are already cooked, so you are just reheating them by steaming them for 3 to 4 minutes or Broiling them for 3 to 4 minutes. We don't recommend boiling them as we feel the flavor is reduced using this method. 

How to eat crab legs
  1. Start by removing each individual leg from the cluster by snapping it off at the cluster.
  2. Break each leg into two parts by snapping at the joint.
  3. For each leg part use two hands on each end to gently bend back and forth until the shell breaks. The meat should slide out easily from the shell.
  4. For claws, use a cracker. Don't apply too much pressure or you'll crush the meat inside. Peel back the shell until you can easily slide the meat out. 
  5. For the knuckle, crack it gently with your hands and fold it open. Use a small fork (or crab fork) to remove the pockets of the meat