Large crustaceans known for their difficulty to catch are located 600 meters below the frigid seas of Okhhotsk, Bering, and Barents in Russia. In the comfort of your own home, savor the flavor of a fresh Russian King Crab.
When it comes to Russian King Crabs, nothing beats CHATKA’s slightly sweet and firm-yet-succulent flesh as a benchmark for the best of the best.
Only the best Kamchatka Crabs are used to make the crystal jars of Chatka 60 percent Legs in Brine, a gourmet delicacy par excellence. Fresh saltwater is then used to cook the crab legs and flesh, preserving their salty, sweet flavor.
60% Russian King Crab Legs are used in the production of this product. Russian King Crab Meat is 40%. Seawater that has been purified.
Only the best Russian King Crab Legs and Slivers of Crab Meat go into this jar of Chatka 60 percent Legs in Brine, which we admire for its gastronomic variety. Eat it directly from the jar or include it into a meal that asks for either crab or lobster meat. The Chatka’s briney flavor and delicate texture are well complemented by a delicate and fragrant white wine.
Kamtchatka Crabs, considered the greatest seafood in the world, can only be caught 600 meters below the surface of the ocean. This magnificent crustacean, which weighs 12.7 kilograms and has a limb span of 5.9 feet, is also the heaviest.
Since 1912, Chatka Seafood Espana has braved the frigid waters of the Kamtchatka Crab to deliver the best product possible (Russian King Crab). It has been Chatka’s mission for over a century to choose the greatest Russian King Crabs, boiling them in fresh sea water before sealing and shipping them throughout the world.
Each King Crab Chatka crystal jar is a guarantee of exceptional delight.
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.