What can you eat on an alaskan king crab?
On One Hand: Lemon Butter Sauce is a MustAlaskan king crab is most commonly served with a lemon butter sauce. There are a number of ways to season the sauce, such as adding parsley and garlic or adding cilantro and Dijon mustard, but the basic ingredients are always lemon and butter. The popularity of this sauce is likely due to the availability of ingredients. Most chefs keep butter and lemons on hand so it requires very little forethought.On the Other: Deviating from Lemon Butter Sauce is GoodIn cooking, no pairing is mandatory. No chef will snub his nose at you if you break up the traditional king crab and lemon butter sauce pairing. In fact, Chef Scott Cohen of the Watermark Grill in San Antonio, TX, likes to serve his king crab with cocktail sauce. Murasaki Japanese Restaurant in West Hartford, CT, serves shredded king crab with ponzu sauce. Or you may choose to dip your Alaskan king crab in a spicy tomato relish, as recommended on the Wild Pacific Salmon LLC website.Bottom LineYo