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Alligator meat can be found in many places throughout the US, particularly in the South. (There's a gourmet burger restaurant here in Omaha that serves fried alligator bites as an appetizer). I suppose the summary for this answer is "Crocodile tastes like crocodile"--not exactly like anything else.


What Does Crocodile Meat Taste Like? According to BuyExoticMeats.com, the taste of crocodile meat is similar to chicken and frog legs. It also has a taste similar to birds in general, including turkey.


Alligator meat is the meat from alligators that is for consumption. It has been used both historically and in contemporary times in various cuisines of the Southern United States.Alligator eggs are also for consumption. Alligator meat has been described as a healthy meat source for humans due to its high protein and low fat composition.


Crocodile Meat anyone? Like many Singaporeans, I’ve seen the Giant hypermarket ads selling crocodile meat, and I’ve heard that croc meat taste very much like chicken meat. But, why would anyone want to pay more for something that tastes like chicken when chicken costs much less and much easier to prepare? Hm.


I heard it taste like a hint of crab. If you watch Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmerman (on the travel channel), there is an episode where he goes to the Southern States and tries alligator tail. He said it has this cross between fish and crab meat.


This will also influence how you cook the alligator meat, So let’s break it down and find what does alligator taste like and how to cook with alligator meat. Alligator Tail The most tender part is the tenderloin, which comes from the tail.


Crocs taste like what they eat. The taste transfers into their meat. Most farmed crocs get fed a diet of chicken, so taste like chicken. Wild crocs naturally eat more fish in rivers, so taste like fish. Hypothetically, if you fed crocs beef every day, they’d taste like steak.


What does alligator tail taste like? Everglades Adventure: Taking a bite out of Alligators—literally. If you’re not from the South, it may seem like a foreign idea to eat Alligator meat, but believe it or not, it is considered a delicacy in certain parts of the state.


They have a texture like pâté and taste just a little bit salty; exactly as you would expect, had you ever given the matter any thought. As for the famous ‘tastes like chicken’ sobriquet, that rests with crocodile. What does crocodile taste like? A sort of fishy, almost citrussy, chicken-like meat actually.