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Salmon caviar

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Caviar is expensive and also is an acquired taste. Quality caviar is hard to find but it takes heavenly. If you like it, of course. If not, start trying it, anytime you have an occasion. For parties, caviar is a great way to look classy and impress your friends.

I got a small jar of salmon caviar form Norway. Has an amazing color and taste super good. I love to put it on a small piece of bread with butter or the way I like it: on toast bread.

Small pieces of bread so you can have one or two bites.

You can use bread with any type of caviar you have. If you want to buy it, go for the expensive one. You will eat it once a year maybe, so you need quality to appreciate it.

Ingredients:

  • Salmon caviar
  • Toast bread

Directions:

Put the bread on a plate and then with a teaspoon put some eggs on the bread. Serve it fresh.

Enjoy!

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29 thoughts on “Salmon caviar”

  1. I recently learned that caviar should never be in contact with metal, so I now use my Chinese soup spoons to serve my Swedish lumpfish roe/caviar. I love eating it on flatbrod, sometimes with a blob of Philadelphia πŸ™‚

  2. I agree, to serve it on a buttered piece of white bread is the best way to enjoy it. Even though I don’t eat white bread, I make an exception if I happened to have some caviar. I love it! Yum! πŸ™‚

  3. What a gorgeous color! I’m not sure that I’m quite ready to give it a try on my own, but I may be willing to give it a taste if I happen to be somewhere that it’s being served. πŸ˜€

  4. I’ve never tried the real Russian caviar, but salmon caviar is wonderful. We also have paddlefish caviar here in Oklahoma that I’ve tried—allegedly it tastes like the real stuff!

  5. very colorful. Well just got to know the technical term…..I never got to see fish eggs this colorful. I have seen in white or yellow ad just love them. I fry them..straight and it tastes awesome……but this looks good…….I need to check the availability out here….thanks for sharing.

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