Alaska Surimi Seafood is real seafood, made with genuine Alaska Pollock that has been flavored with crab, shrimp, scallops and/or lobster then cut into portions. It's pre-cooked, making it convenient and ready to use in any recipe calling for the flavor of shellfish. And there are no bones or shells to remove, so there's no waste! Alaska Surimi Seafood offers the delicious flavor of popular shellfish while saving money and time.
The world's finest Surimi Seafood products are made from high-quality Alaska Pollock. Other products cannot compare to the superior flavor of Alaska Surimi Seafood - it's quality you can taste.
Cuts and Styles:
- Whole legs offer the elegant appearance of Alaska crab legs - serve whole or cut into smaller pieces as appetizers with dipping sauces.
- Mini-Cuts are pre-cut into bite-sized portions - great for salads, stir-frys or other cooked dishes.
- Chunk Meat provides tempting chunks that look and taste like fresh crab meat - perfect for seafood salads, soups, sandwiches and gratins as well as hot and cold pasta dishes.
- Shredded Alaska Surimi Seafood is easy to use as an ingredient in salads, stuffings, hot and cold sandwiches and spreads.
How it's Made:
- Alaska Surimi Seafood is made from skinless, boneless Alaska Pollock fillets.
- The fillets are finely chopped and the surimi flakes are then blended with other ingredients such as starch, salt, natural crab meat and egg white.
- This process yields a paste that is then formed, cooked and cut into the various cuts and styles you find available in your local grocery store's refrigerated case.
Accept no substitutes! When purchasing Alaska Surimi Seafood, make sure the label says that it is made with Alaska Pollock. This ensures you are buying the highest-quality imitation crab product available.
Other products use a variety of fish in their formulation, and do not boast the rich, delicious, real seafood flavor you find with Alaska Surimi Seafood made with genuine Alaska Pollock.
Alaska Surimi Seafood is pre-cooked and ready to eat. Serve it cold in salads or sandwiches. It can also be enjoyed warm, and just needs to be heated through before serving.