Alligator Tenderized Fillets
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Q: Can these be fried as well? Can these be fried as well?
A: Yes, the fillets can be fried.
Q: I live in California (90815) and was thinking of ordering some alligator meat after my trip to Louisiana this week. *How many ounces are in the package *How much is shipping Thanks, Jerry Jen... I live in California (90815) and was thinking of ordering some alligator meat after my trip to Louisiana this week. *How many ounces are in the package *How much is shipping Thanks, Jerry Jensen
A: This is a 16 oz package of Alligator meat. Shipping is based on how much is ordered, destination, and shipping method chosen. Home is the cheapest and will be packed in a cooler with plenty of dry ice to keep the meat frozen.
Louisiana's finest, farm raised alligator meat
Is alligator meat good eating?
Alligator meat - both tenderloin and fillets are described as a healthy meat source for humans due to its high protein and low fat composition.
1 lb pack of Alligator Tenderized Fillets
1 stick butter
1 large onion
1 bell pepper
1/2 cup chopped mushrooms
1 can chicken broth
1 cup rice
1 lb. alligator fillets
Saute onions, bell pepper and mushrooms in a rice cooker with butter. Add alligator meat and cook 30 minutes. Add chicken broth and rice, stir. Cover and cook until rice cooker kicks off. allow mixture to sit a few minutes before serving. Serves 4.
Ingredients: Boneless Alligator Filet (alligator meat), water, sodium tripolyphosphate
|Ingredients||Farm raised alligator contains Sodium Tripolyphosphate|
|Pack Size||1 lb|
|Size||16 oz. (1 lb.)|
|Calories from fat||25|
|Cholesterol per unit||0%|
|Dietary fiber per unit||0%|
|Saturated fat per unit||3%|
|Serving per container||4|
|Serving Size||4.0 oz. (114g)|
|Sodium per unit||8%|
|Total carbs per unit||0%|
|Total fat per unit||21%|