Summer is a time for relaxing and enjoying the beautiful weather that the season has to offer, not worrying about what your next big family meal is going to be or how you’re going to find time to prepare it.
The Power Pressure Cooker XL is all about making life easier in the kitchen. This versatile appliance will help you enjoy the last days of summer with this extremely easy King Crab Leg recipe that you can use to whip up a delicious dinner in your pressure cooker.
For those who love seafood, a King Crab Leg feast is about as good as it gets. Crack open a leg, pull out the tender meat, perhaps dip in a little melted better or sprinkle on a little lemon juice, and you have a summer meal truly fit for a king. We suggest heading outdoors to enjoy this meal on a patio or at a backyard picnic table for the ultimate, easy summertime seafood feast!
Cooking King Crab Legs in the Power Pressure Cooker XL couldn’t be simpler. All you need to prepare this impressive dish in a pressure cooker are the following ingredients:
- 4 pounds King Crab Legs
- 1 cup water
- 25 cup melted butter
- 3 lemon wedges
Once you have all the ingredients you need, break the crab legs in half at the joints so that they will fit into the Power Pressure Cooker XL. Be sure to place the inner pot into the pressure cooker.
Next, add the water and the crab legs into the inner pot. Place the lid on the Power Pressure Cooker XL and lock it in place. Then switch the pressure release valve to “Closed.”
Press the “Fish/Vegetable” button and then press the “Time Adjustment” button until you reach three minutes. Once the timer reaches zero, the Power Pressure Cooker XL will automatically switch to its “Keep Warm” mode. At this time, switch the pressure release valve to “Open.” When the steam is completely released, remove the lid.
Now you’re ready to knock your family’s socks off by serving the King Crab Legs with melted butter and lemon wedges. And with the time you saved by using the Power Pressure Cooker XL, you can get out of the kitchen and into the warmth of the summer sun.