Frozen Wild Alaskan King Salmon (Chinook) Fillet Portion, skin on, boneless, 250-270g IVP, price/portion

Frozen Wild Alaskan King Salmon (Chinook) Fillet Portion, skin on, boneless, 250-270g IVP, price/portion

Regular price $25.50 SGD

Chinook King Salmon (Ivory King) is the largest of the five Alaska salmon species, and is prized for its high oil content and succulent meat. Due to its long-distance migration, they need a large fat reserve that translates to a pronounced, buttery, rich taste in its meat

Flavour & Texture
* Rich and full in flavour
* Delicate to medium texture
* High oil content makes the flesh softer then the other salmon species
* Rich red flesh
* Flavour can be easily enhanced by your favourite seafood seasoning or marinade

Ideal Cooking Methods
- Bake
- Broil
- Grill
- Poach
- Pan-Fry
- Smoke

Specs of Fish & Other Information
* Wild-Caught and packed in Alaska
* IQF and vacuum packed (raw) portions.
* Portions size average about 220g to 250g
* 1 kg is about 4 Chinook portions
* 1 portion serves 1 person or 2 if small appetite
* The largest of the 5 Alaska Salmon species

* Average weight is about 20 lbs
* Length ranges from 30-40 inches (76-102 cm)
* Generally marketed in whole, steak, or fillet forms
* Excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids
* Excellent source of high quality protein
* Excellent source of selenium and phosphorus and a good source of potassium
* Additives: NONE
* Food Safety: HACCP (Hazard analysis critical control points)

Nutrition Facts (per 100g)
* Calories - 179
* Protein – 19.9 g
* Fat – 10.4 g
* Saturated Fat – 3.1 g
* Sodium - 47 mg
* Cholesterol - 50 mg
* Omega-3 – 2.3 g

Sustainability is written into Alaska's state constitution. FISH ARE TO BE 'UTILIZED, DEVELOPED, AND MAINTAINED ON THE SUSTAINABLE YIELD PRINCIPLE,' ensuring wild sockeye chinook inhabit Alaska waters for generations to come.

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