The Finest Red King Crab Legs on the planet have arrived! This pack offers 5 lbs of flash frozen Giant King Crab Legs picked straight from the Bering Sea. A bit smaller than our Colossal legs but just a favorable. You will find 4.5 to 6 legs per five pound box! Enough to feed six or keep a small stash in your freezer for special occasions!
These legs are hand selected for their quality and larger size 3/4 to 1 lb per leg!. Once you try these legs you will be back for more! One of our top sellers! See our recipe section for a variety of ways to prepare your red king crab legs.
A POPULAR INDULGENCE, REGAL AND DELICIOUS
No other shellfish in the world makes quite the impression of Alaska Red King Crab legs. Unmatched for its sweet flavor and rich, yet tender texture, the largest of Alaska’s three crab species is a luxury with wide consumer appeal.
HARVESTED SEASONALLY, AVAILABLE YEAR-ROUND
All Alaska Red King Crab Legs are wild and pure, responsibly managed for continuing abundance. Alaska crab harvesting seasons are timed to ensure optimum quality and are strictly limited to ensure sustainability. Alaska fishermen brave the icy waters of the North Pacific and Bering Sea during the winter to harvest Alaska King Crab, which is available frozen year-round.
REMARKABLY EASY TO SERVE
Cleaned and precooked, Alaska Red King Crab Legs are simple to prepare. The succulent white body meat and sweet, full, flavorful legs can be served as-is in the shell, or used as an indulgent ingredient in recipes.
PRESTIGE AND VERSATILITY
Rich, delicious, and luxurious, Alaska King Crab delivers on the ‘wow’ factor, whether it’s served simply, enhanced by a special sauce, or used in signature preparations—from stir-fried crab legs with garlic and black beans, to an elegant Alaska King Crab Louis Salad or creamy crabmeat fettuccine.
Alaska has pioneered the standard for sustainable, eco-friendly fisheries management. Unlike many of the world’s other fish populations, Alaska’s are managed for protection against overfishing and sources of habitat damage. By proactively ensuring a healthy, wild and sustainable harvest, Alaska is protecting its superior seafood for future generations.