Sockeye Salmon Fillet

Alaskan Sockeye Salmon…A Healthy Choice!

Did you know that there are actually 5 species of Alaskan Salmon? That’s right. King, Sockeye, Coho, Keta and Pink Salmon. And most people do not realize that there are subtle differences between each species! Capt. Tony and crew target Sockeye Salmon when fishing in Bristol Bay, Alaska, usually during the summer months of June and July. Sockeye is prized for its flavor, but is often overlooked in terms of nutritional value. There’s an impressive (and lengthy) list of health benefits in choosing Sockeye Salmon for your protein source. Quite simply, it can be the biggest bang for your buck! Here’s a few of those benefits:

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Alaska Halibut Caprese Salad Bites

Get to Know…Wild Alaskan Halibut!

You can buy Alaskan Halibut online from us, but before you do we want to tell you a little about them. Alaskan Halibut are flat fish that swim the continental shelf areas off the coast of remote Alaska. They’re one of our favorites here at Wild Alaska Salmon & Seafood because of their buttery flavor and flaky texture! Here a few fun facts about our Wild Alaskan Halibut…

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Marinated Grilled Argentinian Royal Red Shrimp

Get to know…Royal Red Shrimp!

Ah yes…the Royal Red Shrimp. The name kind of says it all, right? These delicious large cold water shrimp are 100% wild caught off the coast of Argentina. The rich, slightly sweet flavor of this shrimp species is quite unique and will surely become your favorite if it’s not already!

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King salmon with green olive salsa

How To Cook Your King and Sockeye Salmon

So you’ve just received your order of Wild Alaskan Salmon & Seafood! Congratulations, you’re already off to a GREAT start! After receiving your fillets of King, Sockeye, or Coho Salmon from Wild Alaska Salmon & Seafood, you’ll want to be sure to cook it perfectly to get the most out of your fish. Two of our personal favorite ways include pan searing or cooking in the oven. Follow these tips & tricks to make your salmon delicious every single time!

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Seafood combo plate with lobster, shrimp, and fish

The Do’s and Don’ts of Thawing Frozen Fish!

Frozen versus Fresh Fish

When looking for seafood there is often an idea that fresh fish is better than frozen fish. Believe it or not, this is actually not the case! Wild-caught fish that has been properly handled and flash-frozen within hours of being caught (just like the salmon from Wild Alaska Salmon and Seafood) actually maintains all of the nutritional value and taste of “fresh” fish! Most of the time it is even fresher than fresh, as any bacteria is killed off in the freezing process.

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Sockeye salmon with capers

Top Ways to Serve Alaskan Halibut: A Guide

So, you would like to spice up your dinners with Alaskan Halibut. But, do you know how to serve it?

Alaskan halibut live in the frigid waters of the Northern Pacific Ocean at depths between 600 and 1,500 feet. Their firm and flaky meat holds a very mild flavor that many people enjoy. Read on to learn the top ways to prepare a delightful dish with this delicious fish!

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