100% Wild Caught Smoked Alaskan Keta Salmon Teriyaki Flavor
Physical Description: Approximately 1 lb of smoked wild caught Keta salmon. Smoked Keta Salmon from Kodiak, Alaska are all wild caught and hot smoked to perfection. We take the nice bright Keta Salmon with the mild flavor and add one of our fine fish brines and a hot smoke with a light alder flavor and it turns out moist and firm. Fully Cooked, Ready to Eat. Keta Salmon, also called silverbrite, are extremely firm and high quality salmon. It does have less oil content than Sockeye or King Salmon but that in turn gives it a lighter color and flavor. In fact, a lot of people prefer it to Sockeye for the lighter flavor.
Ingredients: Salmon, Soy Sauce (water. wheat, soybeans, salt and alcohol (to retain freshness)), pineapple juice, honey, brown sugar, ground chipotle pepper, black pepper. Our smoked products all proudly preservative free.
Cooking: Salmon’s a heart-healthy, flavorful favorite whose firm, meaty flesh rewards simple preparations. From thrifty trimmings weaved into scrambled eggs, to versions flavoured with herbs, beetroot, whisky and more, there are products to suit most budgets and tastes. We’re big fans of enjoying it in generous slices with a dot of horseradish atop a traditional oatcake, but it’s a great ingredient to cook with too – the deeply savoury flavour imparts with stealth, meaning a little goes a very long way.
Nutrition Information: Salmon is one of the best sources of the long-chain omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. Rich in high-quality protein, an excellent source of B vitamins, quite high in potassium and loaded with selenium. It also contains the antioxidant Astaxanthin, a compound linked to several powerful health effects.
Fishing Practices: The smoked salmon we carry is wild caught in the pristine waters of the Gulf of Alaska or the Bering Sea. Fished in sustainable fisheries, our seafood is taken care of mainly by smaller fishing vessels that care about quality. We build good relationships with our fishermen who provide our salmon caught in Alaska’s sustainable fishery.