How Long to Boil Snow Crab Legs?

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It takes between 5 to 10 minutes to boil crab legs. On the other hand some crabs are not boiled they are eaten raw. Crab legs are a rich brown meaty delicacy commonly eaten in the US and Canad among others.
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Snow crab legs are easy to prepare and they are known to make any meal memorable. When cooking, you should boil for around seven to 10 minutes depending on the number of legs. However, if you spot a layer of ice on the snow crabs, boil for more time to ensure they are thoroughly cooked.
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To boil crab legs, just put the legs into a really big pot. Cover them with water and bring the pot to a boil. When the shells turn a bright red or pink, they are done.
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1. Fill a large pot with enough water to completely cover the amount of snow crab legs you have. Add 1/2 tbsp. salt and 1/2 tbsp. pepper to the water. 2. Bring the water to a boil
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They're already pre-cooked so all you have to do is heat them up in some hot water. Should take about 8 minutes.Don't over do it.
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i put a tasty dark beer and apple cider vinager plus half a half cup or more old bay. depends on your taste. about to cook a big spider crab and a dungeness crab i bought in santa
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