Alaskan Salmon Roe Caviar - MalossolThis bright and big caviar comes from Alaskan salmon, which produce a large and succulent egg with a fresh and briny flavor that pops in the mouth. Prepared the "malossol" way - lightly salted, this salmon caviar for sale is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, powerful antioxidants. Great to add flavor and color to appetizers (just top a fresh blini with a dollop of creme fraiche and add a spoonful of these succulent eggs), it's also great on creamy sauces and to garnish dishes.
Ingredients: Salmon roe, salt.
Storage: 29 - 32 F
Usually ships within 1 business days.
Product is perishable and must ship via Overnight service.
Q: what caviar should I avoid or not buy because I do not want msg or high fructose corn syrup?
A: Masago, Tobico, Capelin caviars might have these added to the ingredients list. Sturgeon and Salmon will typically only have a bit of salt added (hence noted as Malossol) as preservative, but nothing else.
Q: What type of Salomon is the Red Caviar from? Does it vary? The Picture shows Pink salmon, do you offer Chum or King salmon roe?
A: The Alaskan Salmon Roe Caviar comes from Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha). We also carry Coho Salmon Roe (https://www.gourmetfoodstore.com/markys-canadian-salmon-roe-caviar-malossol-12424) and Keta Salmon Roe (Chum Salmon - https://www.gourmetfoodstore.com/markys-russian-salmon-roe-keta-caviar-malossol-12423).
Q: Is your caviar prepared without high fructose corn syrup?
A: The Alaskan Salmon Roe Caviar is not prepared with corn syrup.
Q: Hello, would love to order several types of roe but we were wondering if any of it is farmed and how do we know what the colors are dyed with.
Thanks for any information, Jane
A: The Alaskan Salmon Roe Caviar is wild, not farmed.The brilliant colors you see are all natural to the roe, so no dyes are used.