Snow Crab Clusters - Alaskan - Large

Snow Crab Clusters - Alaskan - Large

Snow Crab clusters are available year round and well known for their sweet taste and delicate texture. Our Alaskan snow crab legs and claws are amazingly sweet and flavorful and can be served hot or cold in a variety of different ways including soups, sauces, salads, spreads and more. Harvested and immediately frozen in clusters they can be prepared easily by baking, steaming or boiling.


Approximately 2 Cluster per 1.5 pound.

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  1. Very Satisfied Review by Ruth (Concord,NC)

    I ordered snow crab legs for my husband for Father's day, as he had been talking about how long it had been and how much he loved crab legs. The order arrived on time, well packed, nice and cold on Friday. We refrigerated them and steamed them Saturday evening. He ate three pounds - by himself - and said they were as good as he's ever eaten anywhere.

    Very satisfied!

    (Posted on 6/23/2015)

  2. Delicious Review by Peggy ( Philadelphia, PA )

    The snow crab legs were delicious and the shrimp are exceptional. (Posted on 2/26/2015)

  3. Delicious Review by Peggy ( Philadelphia, PA )

    The snow crab legs were delicious and the shrimp are exceptional. (Posted on 2/26/2015)


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Prep & Ingredients
Snow crab legs are pre-cooked and can be prepared in a variety of ways. Our favorite it to steam them. To do this simply add 2 inches of water in the bottom of pot and bring to a boil. Place a basket into the pot and place your crab legs into the basket. Top with a lid and let the crabs steam for approximately 5-7 min. Remove from the pot, sprinkle Harbour House Crabs seasoning and serve. Snow crab legs are commonly served with melted butter and lemon wedges too.
Did You Know
Alaskan King crabs can live for 10 to over 20 years!