These Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon are skin-on and boneless. They come in cases of 1.5-2 Lb. fillets or 5-7 oz. portions.
Known for its rich flavor and distinctive deep red flesh, sockeye salmon is the second most abundant Alaska salmon species. Named for its distinctive red meat color, which is retained throughout the cooking process.
Location Bristol Bay
Cook Type Bake, Grill, Saute, Smoke, SteamCooking instructions
Preparing Alaska sockeye salmon has ever been easier. We’ve included three ways to cook your salmon, all of which are quick, easy and delicious. See how here.
*Product photos by Alaskan King Crab
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Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon
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3 LB Fillets
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When our Alaskan King Crab arrives at your doorstep, it’s already been cooked to perfection, glazed for protection and flash-frozen for quality. How to prepare your king crab? We’re glad you asked.
First, simply thaw in your fridge overnight. Then re-heat using your favorite method – adding herbs and other flavors if you like.