|Common Name||Crab Clusters|
|Net Weight (Drained)||650-800g|
|Country of Origin||Barents Sea|
King Crab Clusters 650-800g
Norwegian King Crab is a crustacean that lives in the Barents Sea. They taste like lobster.
They are one of the most valuable species there and have been harvested since the 1800s. Most people say they taste more like lobster than crab and are a popular dish in Korea, Japan, and Norway. These clusters of crab weigh 650-800 grams, and are wild-caught in the Barents Sea.
Crabs are high in Omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin B12 and B2, which can be vital for the body. Crabs are also a good source of protein and minerals such as selenium, copper, zinc, potassium, magnesium, and phosphorus.
King Crab is an expensive, exquisite delicacy! These should not be wasted either- cook the legs and arms as well to not waste any parts of the crab. King Crab can be enjoyed in a variety of ways: like bibimbap by mixing them with kimchi and gochujang, or as sushi rolls by stuffing them with avocado. You can also simply bake them with garlic butter for a superior flavour that is certain to please everyone at the table!