Fish Roe


Salmon roe is the eggs of the salmon fish, cured and used like other roe products, including the famous caviar of Eastern Europe and Russia. Depending on the region, it may be viewed as a delicacy, and the quality and cost of this product varies widely. As a general rule, it is less expensive than caviar, although it lacks the complex and rich flavor associated with that food. Many markets carry salmon roe in the chilled foods section and also in shelf-stable cans.

Like other forms of roe, salmon eggs are collected by harvesting female fish shortly before spawning, when they have a large and very well-developed egg mass. The eggs are cut out, allowing the rest of the fish to be processed while the roe is carefully preserved. Traditionally, roe has been salted, but it can also be preserved in brine, frozen, eaten fresh, crushed and mixed into various pates and spreads, or even dried.

Lumpfish roes are fish roes with a briny flavor. While caviar comes from sturgeon, these roes come from a small fish caught in the North Atlantic Ocean and the Baltic Sea, the lumpfish.

Black Lumpfish Caviar is an affordable entry-level caviar that is very popular as an alternative for expensive true caviar, especially in the gourmet meal recipes. Despite its price, it is really delicious on its own for enjoying from the jar, on canapes or sushi

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