Chatka 100% Legs in Brine, which is highly sought after by renowned chefs and restaurateurs, begins with the meticulous selection of the best crabs that exceed Chatka’s demanding quality criteria. These are carefully handled and cleaned before being cooked in fresh seawater to maintain their original, saline flavor. As a consequence, you get a gourmet product that is decadently sweet and flavorful, with a solid yet juicy texture.
The simplicity of the finest Russian King Crab is beautiful. Enjoy them directly from the crystal jar, or add them to any dish that calls for crabmeat or lobster.
Chatka is a good source of protein (20g/100g), Omega 3, and minerals including iron, zinc, magnesium, calcium, and Vitamin B. It is also good for low-fat, low-calorie diets because it has just 1.2g/100g fat and 86 Kcal/100g calorie content.
Kamtchatka Crabs are considered the greatest seafood in the world, but they are also one of the most difficult to catch, with capture only feasible 600 meters beneath the sea surface. This stunning crustacean is also the world’s largest, weighing around 12.7kg and with a leg span of 5.9ft. Chatka Seafood Espaa has been facing the cold, frigid waters since 1912 to provide the greatest quality Kamtchatka Crabs to the table (Russian King Crab). Chatka painstakingly picks the finest Russian King Crabs, ensuring that only the best parts are cooked in fresh sea water before being packaged and transported all over the world. Each crystal jar of King Crab CHATKA is a guarantee of high-quality enjoyment. It’s no surprise that their goods can be found at prominent restaurants and delicatessens all around the world, including Metro Manila thanks to Bow Tie Duck!
Store your tin/jar in a cool, dark, and dry pantry. Unopened, it will last up to 2 years. Once opened, consume your preserved fish/meat within one or two days and keep leftovers with the oil in a sealed container in the fridge.