Turtle Meat - Boneless 5 lb
- Brand: Craig Borges Seafood
- Product Code: 51745
- UPC Code : 51745
- $155.00 $139.50
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Select farm raised Louisiana turtle meat. 5 lb. pack boneless. Great for making homemade Louisiana style turtle soup, a Commander's Palace specialty.
Although we’ve often been warned to stay clear of snapping turtles, these tasty morsels deliver a punch of flavor with every bite. If you are running out of ideas for what to make for dinner or you want to serve something truly special and rare, look no further than our premium snapping turtle meat.
Snapping turtle meat is often thought of as a summertime treat, but you can create scrumptious gumbos, soups, sauces, nuggets, and other tasty delights for any occasion or celebration.
Fresh water snapping turtle has the texture of frog legs or lobster. The four legs and tail are dark meat, the neck and back straps are white meat. Turtle is considered a delicacy in many countries and the US and is also very popular in Cajun cuisine.
Our flavorful snapping turtle meat can add a bit of gourmet to your repertoire and inspire family recipes to pass down for years to come.
What does turtle meat taste like?
A large snapping turtle is said to contain seven distinct types of meat, each reminiscent of pork, chicken, beef, shrimp, veal, fish or goat. (Those less enamored of the protein might describe its flavor as muddy, dirty, mushy and chewy, however.)
Is Turtle meat safe to eat?
They are legendarily good eating. Or, if you're into catching, cleaning, and eating turtles, there's a good chance that you might refer to them as good eatin', if that makes any difference. ... If you eat meat, especially, realize that the meat you eat was once an animal.
Is Turtle a seafood or meat?
Is turtle, meat or seafood? Turtle is seafood according to the Catholic Church, but you probably should be careful if you're a real hard-liner, because a lot of places will substitute veal in turtle soup, which is clearly not a seafood.
Unit Size: 5 lb. pack
|Size||5 lb. (boneless)|