Alligator Meat 1 lb
Fileted and processed utilizing a needle point tenderizer. The advanced processing technique makes alligator filet an ideal "low-fat" alternative for use in your favorite beef, poultry, or fish recipes. Frozen 1 lb/pkg
Ingredients: Boneless Alligator Filet, Water, Salt, Sodium Phosphate
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Ingredients: Alligator filet, water, salt, sodium phosphate.
Total Fat: 3g
Had to trim it from fat
We battered and deep fried them. It was a party favorite!
Exactly what I needed! A taste of home!
The alligator meat arrived quickly and fresh. My daughter breaded and fried the alligator, and they were a delicious side dish along with the perfectly boiled and seasoned crawfish. What a treat!
i tried fried alligator a few years back (for the 1st time) at a fair, LOVED it. decided a few months ago and again this past week to try making fried gator myself. lets just say my husband is hooked... line and sinker. ;) so juice and tender packed full of flavor. 100% have already shared this site with family and friends we are for sure staying repeat customers.
Hey everyone, just ordered the filet alligator and got it shipped in over night for newyears party. Ended up shipping the wrong stuff to me got the nuggets. Sent a email to the company and they called me back right away and are sending me the right stuff. I also get to keep the nuggets and have them for the party. One of the best customer service places I have ever delt with. The alligator is amazing also highly recommend them to everyone in my pa area. Def buying from them again fresh and amazing tasting. Thank you
Along with our 20 lb. party pack of crawdads, we decided to also order 1 lb. alligator nuggets... for whatever reason, we received the 1 lb. fillet of alligator instead. Luckily I had a party-goer who was willing to cut, bread, and fry it up for everyone to try. Wow! It was delicious, and everyone was begging for more. I'll have to keep that in mind for next year's Father's Day boil! Thank you!
Well, I got real interested in eating some alligator from watching the travel channel, it looked delicious. I picked up 2 pounds of this Louisiana alligator from my local grocery. The cost was $25 a pound plus tax which is much more than this website. I marinated the first pound in Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper and creole seasoning then I cooked it in a garlic seasoned frying pan with a table spoon of butter and WOW!!!!!! Then the second pound I marinated in Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, and hot and spicy bbq sauce plus all the above seasonings. Then I cooked them in the oven at 350 for 30 minutes and WOW!!!!! again. I'm kind of in trouble because gator is all I want to eat. If this cost the same as chicken and beef I'd eat gator everyday!
I used the filet in a stew using milk and spices. The meat was very tender and delicious. I also used it as &quot;nuggets&quot; battered with flour and &quot;Louisiana Creole Seasoning&quot;. Wow!