About Black Capelin CaviarThe small, firm eggs from the Capelin fish (a fish from the smelt family, found in the cold Artic waters near Iceland) is also known as Masago in Japan, is usually found topping sushi rolls. The eggs are packed in brined, so they have a great, fresh and only mildly salty taste that adds a great flavor to mild dishes - especially pasta and rice. Similar to Tobiko, the roe of the flying fish, Capelin caviar is smaller, with a smoother, less crunchy texture. Capelin caviar is naturally orange, but we love this dramatic black variety, made by using natural dyes.
Ingredients: Capelin Roe, salt, stabilizers, spices, citric acid, artificial colors: red#40, yellow#6, blue#1, 0.1% Sodium Benzoate.
Storage: Room Temperature
Usually ships within 1 business days.
Product is non-perishable and can ship via Ground service.
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Black Capelin Caviar Recipes
Try this easy and mouthwatering smoked salmon appetizer recipe of buttery smoked salmon pouches filled with cream cheese and succulent king crab meat.
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