About Taramosalata Greek Style Caviar SpreadA classic Greek caviar spread or dip, Taramosalata (also called Taramasalata) is a must-eat for all Greek cuisine lovers (although it's also eaten in Turkey). It's made with Taramas, aged and salted carp roe, mixed with olive oil and lemon juice. Served as a meze (appetizer), this rich and salty dip is paired with vegetables, breads like pita, or crackers.
Ingredients: water, canola oil, carp (fish) roe, lemon juice, vegetable juice (colors), lactic acid and acetic acid.
Usually ships within 1 business days.
Product is perishable and must ship via Overnight service.
Product Questions And Answers
Q: Does the Taramosalata have to be shipping cold or just put in the refrigerator once it is opened?
A: The Taramosalata is perishable and it requires Overnight delivery. It needs to be kept refrigerated before and after opening.
Q: What happens If taramosalata spread is not consumed in 3-4 days but kept refrigerated?
Tried it and it still tastes good. Just wondering if there are bad effects then?
A: After opening, the Taramosalata needs to be kept refrigerated and used as soon as possible. Otherwise the product might go bad.
Q: When you ship the taramosalata by overnight mail, do you ship it in a cooler, or with an ice pack?
A: Yes, all our chilled or frozen items will be shipped overnight with ice or ice packs to keep them fresh all the way to your door.
Q: Once he jar is opened and refrigerated, for how long can it be kept safely?
A: Once opened the product needs to be consumed as soon as possible, in about 3-4 days.