Live Alaskan King Crab is known for its health benefits, with a class of polyunsaturated fatty acids, often found in seafood: Omega 3 fatty acids, that help reduce risk factors for heart disease, including high cholesterol and hypertension. Most of the fat is healthy and beneficial to the heart of unsaturated fat. King Crab is also a good source of food for vitamin C and B12, vitamin C helps healing wounds, enhances immune system function, folic acid and vitamin B12 are also important for the formation of red blood cells and other functions. King Crab Leg is also a good source of magnesium, phosphorus, selenium, zinc and copper minerals. These minerals have many functions in the body, including red blood cells and protein formation, bone health and enhanced immune system function.
Alaska King Crab is the best and most delicious crab in the world! Once you’ve tried, you’ll find that no other crab can compare.
Want to learn how to cook the Live King Crab, check out the amazing recipes below:
- American Style Baked Alaskan King Crab Recipe
- Classic Steaming of Alaskan King Crab Recipe
- Cantonese Style Steaming Alaskan King Crab With Garlic Recipe
Want to learn how to Cook the Massive King Crab in French and Japanese Style, watch the amazing video below from Iron Chef Dad:
Want to learn how to boil the Perfect Cajun Seafood Boil with Spicy Butter, check out Joshua Weissman’s amazing video below:
Want to learn how to eat the Alaskan King Crab, watch the video below:
Check out how to Steam Live King Crab and make Crab Shell Fried Rice，check out the the video below:
Check out how Gordan Ramsay caught and cooked the Live King Crab，check out the the video below:
Want to learn how to Steam Alaskan King Crab，watch the video below:
Want to learn how to Grill Alaskan King Crab，watch the video below: