Poche's Gator Patties - Authentic Louisiana Alligator Meat

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Poches Gator Patties 4 Pack

  • $16.31

    $18.12

      • Brand: Poche's
      • Product Code: CF111429
      Experience the taste of the bayou with Poche's Gator Patties. Made from 100% alligator meat, these patties are a unique and flavorful addition to any meal. Perfect for grilling, frying, or baking, Poche's Gator Patties are sure to become a new favorite. These patties are a great way to add a touch o.. more info

      Poches Gator Patties 4 Pack

      Experience the taste of the bayou with Poche's Gator Patties. Made from 100% alligator meat, these patties are a unique and flavorful addition to any meal. Perfect for grilling, frying, or baking, Poche's Gator Patties are sure to become a new favorite. These patties are a great way to add a touch of Louisiana flavor to your meals, and they're sure to be a hit with friends and family. So why wait? Try Poche's Gator Patties today and add some authentic bayou flavor to your menu!


      Louisiana's finest alligator patties, just like hamburger patties. These gator burgers make some great tasting alligator hamburgers.


      Unit Size: 4 Patties


      Ingredients: alligator, pork, green onions, seasoning (salt, red pepper, black pepper, monosodium glutamate, sugar).


      Recipe: Poche's Grilled Gator Patties with Creole Mustard Sauce


      Ingredients:


      4 Poche's Gator Patties

      1/4 cup Creole mustard

      1/4 cup mayonnaise

      2 tbsp honey

      1 tsp paprika

      1 tsp garlic powder

      Salt and pepper to taste


      Instructions:


      Preheat your grill to medium-high heat.

      In a small bowl, mix together the Creole mustard, mayonnaise, honey, paprika, and garlic powder. Season with salt and pepper to taste.

      Place the gator patties on the grill and cook for 3-4 minutes on each side, until they are cooked through and the internal temperature reaches 165°F.

      Serve the gator patties with the Creole mustard sauce on the side."

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