Aleutian Fresh Seafood com Caught in Dutch Harbor Alaska Review

Aleutian Fresh Seafoods located in Dutch Harbor, Alaska. They are a Seafood Specialty Store that specializes in providing and delivering, only the freshest Alaskan Seafood, caught locally in the Bering Sea Fishing grounds.

1(877) 581-1864

All orders that are shipped or picked up from our store are specially packaged in a reusable Styrofoam container, inside of a wax box. Inside the Styrofoam box, include gel ice packs to ensure that your package remains frozen, from our store, to your home. We ship our Seafood Orders through Fed Ex to our ustomers and they usually arrive within 1 - 3 days of the day that it was shipped.

Aleutian Fresh Seafoods LLC, assure you some of the best quality seafood, and you will be receiving only the freshest products. Enjoy Red King Crab, Halibut fillets, large scallops, red salmon, dungeness crab and more.

King Crab Legs

Red King Crab Recipe


2 cups crab meat, flanked

½ cup chicken broth

½ cup heavy cream

¼ cup mushrooms, minced

2 ½ tablespoons butter

3 table spoons flour

½ teaspoon salt

1/8 teaspoon white pepper

½ teaspoon tarragon

2 tablespoons parsley, minced

2 cups oil for deep frying

Combine broth and cream. Heat to scalding and keep hot. Sauté mushrooms in butter, and then add flour.

Add broth and whisk until sauce thickens. Cook three minutes. Remove from heat stir in salt, pepper,

tarragon, parsley, and crab. Spread mixture on a platter and cool. Cover and refrigerate for one hour.

Shape crab mixture into small balls. Deep fry until golden brown. Drain on paper towel. Serves four.

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