This classic recipe is one of the spicier ways to enjoy fresh crab. Serves 4.
Things You'll Need
- One Can Beer
- A Large Pots
- Distilled Water
- Cayanne pepper
Mix vinegar, beer and Worcestershire sauce.
Pour mixture into a steamer or large pot with a rack.
Rinse hard-shell crabs in water.
Place one layer of live hard-shell crabs into steamer or on pot rack and add seafood seasoning and a dash of cayenne pepper to them.
Pile on more layers of crabs and seasoning until all crabs are in the pot and seasoned.
Cover securely with lid.
Steam about 25-30 minutes.
Tips & Warnings
- You can substitute water for beer; balsamic vinegar for regular vinegar.
- Watch out for live crabs' pincers.
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