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Recipe for Crocodile Legs

Recipe for Crocodile Legs

While crocodile might not be an obvious choice for your next healthy weeknight dinner, the meat has proven to be incredibly lean, full of protein and low in cholesterol.

High in protein

Crocodile is a rich source of protein, making it great for building muscle. 100g of raw croc contains 22.5g of protein, which is even more protein than chicken breast.

Low in fat

Crocodile meat contains just 1.6% fat, less than even the leanest cut of beef. Its low-fat content makes crocodile meat an attractive option for people following low-calorie diets who don't want to cut meat from their meals.

Rich in Omega-3

Crocodile is packed full of ‘good’ fat Omega-3s, which can lower your risk of heart disease, depression, dementia and arthritis. Your body can't naturally produce Omega-3, so you need to fill your diet with foods containing these fatty acids.


Crocodile legs are not only a real highlight on the grill, they are also a true eye-catcher at every home party or other events!
Just leave the green paw attached and your guests will love it – it’s definitely the best picture for Instagram.
Another fun part is that your little crocodile leg will likely bend and raise itself while being grilled… the contraction of the meat, you know 😉

1) Bring the crocodile leg back to room temperature (after thawing properly)
2) Preheat your oven to 200°C
3) season it (salt and pepper, or use steak spice) and coat it with olive oil
4) put it into the oven for 10 to 15 min (depends on what size the meat is)

Recipe by Minako



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