Red King Crab Legs
Raw King Crab Leg Cluster
Red king crabs can weigh 4 to 5 kilograms on average and measure up to 1.80m in wingspan.
The red king crab has a regal look to it. Its pointy shell looks like a pointy crown draped in a lavish crimson gown. One of its claws are bigger than the other, which could be mistaken for a sceptre, but is actually used to crush the red king’s prey.
King crabs are large, with succulent and tasty flesh, that can be enjoyed in both hot and cold dishes. But the ruler of the Barents Sea crustaceans is not a native of the Norwegian north. Actually, it hails from the opposite side of the Northern Hemisphere, and is one of the king crab species caught commercially in Alaskan king crab fishing.
King crab is low in saturated fat and a good source of vitamin B12, phosphorus, zinc, copper, and selenium. It has fleshy claws and legs with sweet, rich meat.
Net Weight: 1.3kg