Tastiest Food To Try in Alaska

When it comes to having an abundance of natural resources that can be turned into a sumptuous meal, Alaska is king. Since you are planning a vacation in Alaska, we have helped put together the best dishes you have to try during your vacation.

Wild Alaska King Crab Legs

King crab is the most valued species of crab in the world right now. The flavor and texture of the legs of the Alaskan king crab is softer and much more delicate when you see it, compared to other species of crab. This specie has a unique taste which is sweet, unlike the crab meat that originates from the East coast.

Caribou Chili

This is indeed a comfort food for Alaskans; it will totally make you feel like one with the land. It is an organic meat from the wild to the table, and it is rich with so much nutrient and taste.

Wild Alaska Seafood Etoufee

Prawns, clams, jumbo sea scallops, cheese grits and braised greens. You are salivating already, aren’t you? Yeah, we know that feel.

BBQ Wild Alaska Halibut

Regardless of who you are or where you are located, you know BBQ is so good. But imagine when you have a mixed traditional favorite with a sweet, palatable, delicious and delicate wild Alaskan seafood. That is totally mind-blowing! The moment you give BBQ halibut a try, you’ll be hooked…for life.

Reindeer Burger

You don’t have to worry; you’ll be forgiven by Santa for eating Rudolph, it is even totally better with burgers.

Moose Steak

An alternative to conventional meats like pork, beef, chicken (which are readily available in markets) is the wild game. Moose meat is a lean source of protein due to the fact that it has less than 1g of total fat per 100g serving. It has its own unique taste and also tastes great in stew.

Halibut Tacos

This is a mainstream staple food in Alaska. If it’s done the right way, the delicious and tender seafood is a perfect match with traditional Mexican taco toppings.

Copper River Salmon

These are some of the most prized salmon in the world. Copper River Salmon’s omega three oil is higher than average, which allows for a tastier and healthier salmon.

Alaska is filled with organic and wild food sources that will always leave your taste buds wanting more.