Crispy on the outside and moist on the inside,this Fried King Carb Legs will make you lose your mind with the intensity of their deliciousness.
This recipe will make every members of your family forget there weight loss program or there keto diet if they see this dish.
This dish is dunked in a flour and flour batter seasoned with soda and sauce then deep fried to golden crispy perfection all in around 35 minutes on the stovetop.
Before we make this dish let’s know some benefits of carbs:
Each type of crab has slightly different nutritional values, but most are rich in the same vitamins and minerals. Also, there are usually no carbohydrates and few calories in crab legs. For example, 100 grams of Alaskan king crab helps you get close to your daily needs, providing:
5 percent of the daily value (DV) for calcium
131 percent of the DV for copper
15 percent of the DV for magnesium
22 percent of the DV for phosphorous
6 percent of the DV for potassium
73 percent of the DV for selenium
69 percent of the DV for zinc
One hundred grams of Alaskan king crab also helps you meet your daily vitamin needs, for example:
8 percent of the DV for vitamin B3 (niacin)
8 percent of the DV for vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)
11 percent of the DV for vitamin B6
13 percent of the DV for vitamin B9 (folic acid)
479 percent of the DV for vitamin B12
8 percent of the DV for vitamin C
Lobster is also rich in omega-3 fatty acids and protein. The protein in crab legs can range between 35 and 39 percent of the DV per 100 grams, depending on the cancer. One hundred grams of Alaskan king crab is on the high end of that range, with 39 percent of the DV for protein. Some crabs, such as blue crabs, also contain other nutrients, such as choline and vitamin E.
There are no significant nutritional differences between the legs and body of a crab. Leg size varies widely, though — and Alaskan king crabs have much larger legs than those of most other crabs. You may also find that the meat on the inside of the crab’s body is more flaky than the meat on the legs.
How to make Fried Carb Legs :
King Crab legs
Clean the crab meat thoroughly
Make an egg wash
Season the egg wash
Heat the Oil
Place crab legs in egg wash
Dip in flour
Place in grease
for a few minutes.
Cook until golden brown
Place on a cooling sheet
Get some lemon and make some dipping sauce.
Place some garlic in a pan.
Use fresh garlic.
Season to taste