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The claw meat of the Kamchatka crab is famous for its exquisite taste and tender flesh melting in the mouth. It has a chewy juicy fibrous structure and is one of the most useful seafood delicacies. The product is cooked, frozen and ready to be eaten immediately after defrosting.
The Kamchatka crab is the most popular type of crabs, as an excellent amount of meat and an unforgettable delicate taste turned it into the most desired delicacy. No wonder it is also called the red king crab, due to its size. In the Far East, it is the largest crustacean that lives in the Barents Sea.
Breeding of the Kamchatka crab began from the middle of the last century and continues successfully until now because all over the world the number of fans of this elite delicacy has not dwindled but increased over the years. The Kamchatka crab is a seasonal product, its catch occurs from September to April and it is boiled and frozen so that we can enjoy its delicious sweet meat all year round. It can be stored for about a year in this form. Thus we get an almost perfect dish that we need only to defrost.
Application in cooking
Juicy meat of claws of the red king crab is ideal for all kinds of salads, pasta, cutlets, or it will serve as a great decoration for vegetable cream soups and bruschettas. It can also be a separate delicious dish, of course. A glass of dry white wine goes perfectly well with the claws of the Kamchatka crab drizzled with some lemon juice.
We can talk endlessly about the useful qualities of this product. Its elements help to save beautiful appearance and youth, improving strength of bones, teeth, blood vessel walls, as well as enhancing the functioning of the thyroid gland and strengthening the nervous system thanks to iodine. The presence of Omega-3 and Omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids is invaluable for proper metabolism.
• Crab claw meat contains vitamins A, B, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, C, E, PP.
• Valuable microelements: calcium, potassium, magnesium, sodium, phosphorus, zinc, iron, sulfur, selenium, taurine.
• Per 100 grams: calories - 84 kcal, proteins - 18.3 g, fats - 0.6 g, carbohydrates - 0 g, water - 79.6 g