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Frogs' Legs

All About Frog Legs

Frog Legs

Everything you need to know about this delicious dish that’s low in fat and rich in protein.

Frog characteristics

The frog is a vertebrate amphibian that lives in fresh waters and humid locations. Some twenty frog species are edible.

Generally, only the back legs of the frog are cooked. The taste is often compared to chicken.

Culinary tips and advice

Frog Leg
  • Frogs’ legs can be deep-fried, sautéed, poached or oven baked
  • They can also be breaded and cooked "Provençal" with garlic and parsley
  • They can be used in soups and in omelettes

Where do you find frog legs?

Look for frozen frogs’ legs at your Metro fish counter.

Nutritional value

Frogs’ legs are low in fat, low in calories and are a good source of protein.

Storage life

 Refrigerator 4°C (40°F)Freezer -18°C (-4°F)
Frozen frogs’ legs2 to 3 days2 to 3 months
Cooked frogs’ legs2 to 3 days2 to 3 months