|Name||FRESH Alaska King Salmon Fillet|
|Product Bullet 1||Wild-caught, delivered FRESH!|
|Product Bullet 2||Mild, rich, thick fillets.|
|Product Bullet 3||Limited quantity! Get yours now!|
|Search Words & Phrases||fresh,raw,king,chinook,salmon,fish,filet,filets,fillet,fillets,portion,portions,alaska,alaskan|
|Out of Stock Message||No|
|Type||Salmon - King|
|Prepared State||Fresh - Raw|
|Fresh Availability Dates||No|
|Fishing Method||Gilnet, Seine|
|Health Benefits||High in Omega-3s|
|Cooking Method||Bake, Broil, Grill, Pan Fry, Poach, Saute|
Serving Size: 100 grams
Fresh Alaska king salmon fillet portions can be stored in your refrigerator and should be consumed within 2 to 3 days. Prior to cooking, store your fresh king salmon in a shallow pan or tray on the bottom shelf of your refrigerator.
Fresh king salmon fillets arrive fresh, not frozen, and are ready to be cooked & prepared upon delivery.
Our fresh Alaska king salmon fillets are wrapped in butcher paper, then wrapped in bubble wrap to ensure high quality and freshness during shipment.
An average serving size of fresh king salmon fillet would be one half pound, however because of the richness of king salmon, smaller portion sizes may be desired.
Wild Alaskan King salmon hold an abundant amount of high-quality protein, along with very high levels of heart-smart Omega-3 fatty acids. They also abound in vitamin D and the beneficial red-orange, carotenoid-class antioxidant pigment called astaxanthin.
Additionally, king salmon is a good source of Vitamin A, B6, B & E, along with appreciable amounts of calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium, and phosphorus.
|DPI Fishing Grounds|
|DPI Fishing Seasons||
FISHING SEASON (Available Fresh)
The main king salmon fisheries are during the early summer months. Alaska fishermen catch salmon with care and ice them down to keep the salmon as fresh as possible. All Alaska's salmon are wild caught, not farmed.
|Flavor Strength Image||No|
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