Mike's Snow Crab Leg Creamy Dip. This is a SNOW CRAB LEGS CHALLENGE or Snow Crab Legs Mukbang Challenge Crack , Dip & Eat by Tray and NeeNee. I hope you enjoy this seafood mukbang /challenge video. Whenever I prepare crab legs for my family, I'm sure to serve these three dipping sauces on the side.
King crabs are the most commercially important shellfish species in Alaska, being not only a way of life for many watermen and crabbers but a valuable revenue stream for the state. Many people enjoy eating snow crabs and king crabs for their tender, succulent meat. Often confused because of their similarities, a close examination of the distantly related crabs reveals some slight differences. You can cook Mike's Snow Crab Leg Creamy Dip using 8 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Mike's Snow Crab Leg Creamy Dip
- It’s 2 Pounds of Snow Crab Legs.
- You need 2 (8 oz) of Packages Philadelphia Cream Cheese [room temp].
- You need 1 Squeeze of Fresh Lemon Juice.
- It’s 1/2 tsp of Lemon Pepper.
- It’s 1/2 tsp of Fresh Ground Black Pepper.
- It’s 1 tsp of Fine Minced Garlic.
- You need 2 tbsp of Fresh Minced Chives.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of Dried Parsley.
King crabs have six legs, a large crusher claw and a smaller pincher claw. Save time without cooking crab when you have these crab legs around. Fully-cooked and ready-to-eat, all you need to do is thaw and serve. It's even better when dipped in melted butter.
Mike's Snow Crab Leg Creamy Dip instructions
- Crack your crab legs..
- Pull your crab meat from shells. Make sure there are no leftover shells in your meat..
- Mix cheese with seasonings..
- Mix well and chill..
- Serve with lemon wedges, bagels, bagel chips, bread sticks, fresh vegetables or, anything you desire!.
- My neighbors went nuts for his dip! A little bit really does go a long way!.
Also easy to use in recipes, extract all the crab meat and turn it into a fabulous creamy crab dip that's perfect for. Serve the snow crab legs with the vinegar dip. I enjoyed this with white rice while eating using my hands. The traditional Filipino way of doing this is called "pinasingaw". Halabos is also another method similar to steaming, but it cooks the crab with a small amount of water.