Chân cua hoàng đế

The Alaskan King Crab is the largest and most meaty species among the three crab species in Alaska. It is wild-caught in the Alaskan coastal waters, known for its rough waves, strong ocean currents, and thick layers of ice at depths of over 180m in the icy waters, making it one of the most dangerous seafood harvesting areas in the world. Due to its deep-sea habitat in the icy ocean, Alaskan King Crab has a pure, fresh taste of the sea, which is considered a premium meat that few other crabs can match in terms of its unique flavor. Especially, the meat of Alaskan King Crab is abundant in protein, low in fat, and rich in minerals, making it suitable for nourishment and promoting good health.

Nutrition Facts (per 100 grams):

Calories: 84

Protein: 18.3 g

Fat: 0.6 g

Saturated Fat: 0.1 g

Sodium: 836 mg

Cholesterol: 42 mg

Omega-3: N/A

Thịt chân cua hoàng đế


The meat has a sweet, rich taste of the sea, firm and succulent.

The meat is concentrated in the legs and claws, with a meat-to-shell ratio of 90%.

Ideal cooking methods:

Highly versatile for use in a variety of different recipes.

Món ăn chân cua hoàng đế

Since the Alaskan King Crab is steamed shortly after being caught to preserve its freshness, purity, and nutritional value, it requires minimal preparation. Simply thaw and steam it for 4-5 minutes to reheat the crab, and then enjoy it immediately.