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About Chef Pennys Alligator Products At The Florida Restaurant Show

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This was one of the Tasty items that Myself and CookingMyWay tried at the Florida Show !!! I like to try things that I haven't before and wow Gator meat is good !!!

Alligator meat has a very mild taste and readily adapts to recipes for pork, veal, chicken and most seafood. Choice cuts of meat, primarily the tail and jaw, can be used in any recipe. The body and leg meat, with just a little preparation and special recipes, can be just as tasty. The meat has a fine, light-grained texture that appeals to most people and has its own unique flavor that is easily enhanced with seasonings and sauces

All American Gator Products operates a fully licensed, inspected and insured alligator processing facility located in beautiful Pembroke Park, Florida. We are also in full compliance with the Florida Department of Agriculture's HACCP certification for Alligator Processors.

All of our alligator meat products are flash frozen for convenience and to extend self life. Handle the meat as you would any other frozen product; mark the product with the date of purchase and make sure it is tightly wrapped to prevent freezer burn. We recommend that you keep your alligator meat in the freezer for up to four months and thaw it over night in the refrigerator.

Alligator Meat Cuts

Cut Uses Process
Neck Stew, Gumbo Choice
Jowl Fried meat, Shish kebob, Salads, Cassaroles Choice
Tail Fried meat, Shish keboob, Salads, Cassaroles Choice/ Chunk
Tenderloin Fried meat, Shish kebob, Salads, Casseroles Chunk
Backstrap Fried meat, Shish kebob, Salads, Casseroles Choice/ Chunk
Body Fried meat, Shish kebob, Salads, Casseroles Choice/ Chunk
Ribs Barbecue, Frying, Smoking Whole
Leg Stew, Gumbo Ground/ Chunk
Choice: Tenderized by using cubing machine.
Chunk: Fat layers and tendons removed.

The Tortilla Guy

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Alligator meat has a very mild taste and it readily adapts to recipes for pork, veal, chicken and most seafood. The meat has a fine, light-grained texture that appeals to most people and has its own unique flavor that is easily enhanced with seasonings and sauces. Steve, the Tortilla Guy, at Florida Restaurant Show is talking to Chef Pennys. She tells Steve all about the meat. If you want to know more about the alligator meat, you should not miss the video!

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frances's picture
WOW ALLIGATOR NOT FOR ME BUT THE SHOW LOOKS GREAT SEE UR ADDING MODELS :) ALL THE BEST STEVE
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
Hey Gator Marsala is great !!! You can do alot with it as it is a white meat low fat and easy to work with !! The Tortilla Guy
Tumaros.Tortilla's picture
Looks Great Nice Alligator Meat
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
It was really good I would try this again The Tortilla Guy
Bxredman's picture
Not only a cool video with gator meat but the music is great bravo
bshaw's picture
Alligator Wraps....Bet it has a big bite!!!!
The.Tortilla.Guy's picture
A Gator Marsala Wrap !!! Or a gator Parm !! The Tortilla Guy