Alligator Legs

Alligator Legs
  • $1999

  • 2 or more $1836
  • 10 or more $1698
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Q: Whats the best way to cook these? Can you air fry these? Whats the best way to cook these? Can you air fry these?

A: I would say the best way to cook Alligator Legs would be to deep fry them. It is very similar to cooking chicken as well as the flavor. Yes you could air fry them.

Q: Do these come breaded and ready to cook? Do these come breaded and ready to cook?

A: The Alligator legs are not breaded. We do have pre-breaded alligator nuggets available.

Q: Is the Louisana (US) alligator meat? Not imported, right? Is the Louisana (US) alligator meat? Not imported, right?

A: No they're not imported. They are Louisiana alligators.

Q: Your $18.99 alligator legs. Is that price per pound? Your $18.99 alligator legs. Is that price per pound?

A: This package contains 2 lbs of alligator legs or wings as some people refer to them.

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Louisiana Alligator Bone in Legs. Cajun Swamp Chicken!

Often referred to as Alligator Legs or wings are the front legs of the gator. Alligator leg meat on the bone.

Can you eat alligator legs?

Choice cuts of the alligator are the tail and the jaw, which work best in baked or cutlet recipes as well as in fried foods. If prepared properly (marinated or tenderized), body and leg meat can also be used in special recipes such as burgers, casseroles, ground meat, soups, and stews.

Is Alligator healthier than chicken?

Alligator meat has one of the highest percentages of protein per gram of any meat on earth. This provides a great lean meat alternative to chicken, turkey, and pork. At 46 grams of protein and 4 grams of fat per 100-gram piece, the nutritional value is unmatched by other light meat protein.

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Discount Yes
Nutrition Data 0
Size 32 oz. (2 lbs.)
Serving per container 4
Serving Size 1/2 lb

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