TIPS: To get the maximum flavor from the whelks, we recommend cutting them into thin slices. This will help to tenderize the meat. If you want to add whelks to a hot dish, add the slices just before serving to avoid the flesh from becoming too rubbery.
Brine vs marinades?
Vinegar marinades give whelks a longer shelf life than brine; however, the flesh becomes tougher. Marinated whelks make a perfect appetizer. For recipes that involve cooking, we recommend using the whelks in brine to get the maximum tenderness and flavor.
Stimpson’s Surf Clams
Stimpson’s Surf Clams are a great alternative to traditional snail au gratin recipes—or any au gratin recipe! Chowders with Stimpson’s Surf Clams are succulent and a must-have on any seafood lover’s menu! Prepared in either creamy white or rosé sauces, the mantle is the perfect accompaniment to pasta.
Enjoy Atlantic halibut grilled, poached, sautéed or on the BBQ. Atlantic halibut is a pure culinary delight for everyone who loves fish. Its fine white, firm and flaky flesh is suitable for all types of cooking.
Snow crab’s unique meat, composed of fine, tender orangey-pink filaments on the surface and bright-white meat on the inside, offers an exquisite and mild taste that is appreciated by chefs around the world.
How to prepare crab legs
- Preparation time
- 15 minutes
- Cooking time
- 15 minutes
- 2 sections = 1 person
- Cracking open the crab
- 1. Crack open the crab to get 5 legs.
- 2. Clean each leg.
- Cooking the crab
- 1. Put water in a large pot that can hold all the legs.
- 2. Add water.
- 3. Bring water to a boil.
- 4. Add crab legs.
- 5. Boil for 15 minutes.
- 6. Take the legs out of the pot and rinse with cold water to stop further cooking.
- 7. Enjoy.
Greenland halibut (Turbot)
Greenland halibut has a delicate taste that is sure to please everybody. And it is so easy to find great halibut recipes!