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beer steamed crabs


a wonderful way to prepare fresh crabs. especially fun if you add some iced cold beer for drinking while you pick crab meat. this recipe is meant for use with live crabs. if they're cleaned first, the meat is exposed and it will be entirely too spicy.


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  1. Bring water
  2. Beer
  3. Crushed red pepper
  4. Bay leaves and old bay seasoning to a boil in a 6 qt pot
  5. Drop in crabs
  6. Cook 15-20 minutes once liquid returns to boil
  7. Serve hot

Step 4

Total Time in Minute 30

Ingredients Count 6

cooking beer steamed crabs

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Live blue crab



Crushed red pepper flakes

Bay leaves

Old bay seasoning

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