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Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon

  • (6) 6oz Portions (total weight 2.25lbs)
  • Individually Vacuum-Packed
  • Flash Frozen
  • Skin On / Boneless
  • Wild & Sustainably Caught in the USA

$75.00 USD

Minimum Order $125 / Always Free Shipping

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Description

Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon is a vibrant, red fish with a deep, rich flavor and firm flesh. Also known as Red Salmon, sockeye salmon is rich in antioxidants and great for heart health. Wild Alaska sockeye salmon has the highest protein and vitamin D content per serving of all five species of salmon.

Our sockeye salmon is sustainably caught in the waters of Southeast Alaska, near the Taku River, using sustainable fishing techniques for a low environmental impact. The fish is quickly processed and blast frozen to capture its natural ocean-fresh flavor for you to enjoy.

Wild-Caught Sockeye Salmon from Premier Catch is perfectly portioned into 6 ounce pieces, with the skin on and bones removed. Each sockeye salmon portion is packed individually and vacuum sealed.

Sockeye salmon is incredibly healthy and is great either baked or grilled. It is easy to cook and can be ready to eat in less than 20 minutes.

Serving Size

One 6 ounce wild sockeye salmon portion will feed 1 adult or 2 children. Each package contains 6 pieces of salmon

Storage & Preparation

How to store frozen sockeye salmon: Our wild Alaskan sockeye salmon should be kept frozen until you are ready to cook it. It can be stored frozen for up to 12 months, but for best flavor and texture, use within 6 months of purchase.

How to thaw frozen salmon: The safest way to thaw the portions of salmon is under refrigeration. We recommend removing the fish from the original packaging, placing it on a plate, and allowing it to thaw in the refrigerator for 6-8 hours, or overnight.

For faster thawing, you may place the sealed portions of sockeye in a bowl of very cold water for 30-45 minutes. Once thaw, remove the fish from the packaging, rinse gently with cool water, and pat dry.

Keep your salmon refrigerated until you are ready to prepare it. We recommend consuming it within 2-3 days of thawing.

How to cook frozen Pacific sockeye salmon: Visit Premier Catch Kitchen for hundreds of delicious wild sockeye recipes and other seafood cooking directions!

Shipping

We offer free nationwide shipping on all of our seafood! To keep the cost and carbon footprint low, there is a $125 order minimum.

We ship seafood on Mondays and Tuesdays, with Wednesdays reserved for nearby delivery addresses. To ensure delivery the same week, please place your order by Tuesday at 10am PST.

Your seafood will be shipped via 2-Day Air or 1-3 Day Ground, depending on your location. All of our frozen seafood is shipped with dry ice in an eco-friendly, insulated box.

Nutrition

Our sustainable sockeye salmon has 220 calories per 6 ounce serving. Each piece contains 38 grams of protein and only 8 grams of fat. Wild-caught sockeye salmon is also a great source of vitamin B12, vitamin D, niacin, selenium, and vitamin B6.

Our seafood is certified ocean-friendly and wild-caught in the USA.