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Tobiko Orange Caviar

from Iceland by Markys
Item description Temp PRICE PER OZ Price Qty Sku
8 oz. chilled $2.88 $23.04
17.50 oz plastic container chilled $2.90 $50.69

Tobiko Orange Caviar

This tiny and colorful little caviar comes from flying fish roe and you'll typically find it festively topping your sushi makis and nigiris. The actual roe color is bright orange, and the flavor is mild with a crunchy texture. Use it to roll up some authentic sushi at home, or to garnish appetizers and hors d'ouevres.
Ingredients: Flying fish roe (wild caught), mirin, bonito extract (dried bonito powder, glucose, lactose, disodium succinate, disodium inosinate, dried kelp powder), soy sauce (water, soybeans, wheat, salt) sugar, salt, Japanese rice vinegar, sodium sorbate, FD & C Yellow #6.
Storage: Frozen
Availability: Usually ships within 1 business days. Product is perishable and must ship via Overnight service.
Type: Tobiko (Flying Fish Roe)
Packaging: Individual Caviars
Brand: Markys
Color: Orange
Origin: Icelandic

Product Reviews

Shyler from Gardner, MA
It does taste better with shusi on it but i like the hard crunchy eggs.
Nathalie from Clinton township, MI
Good for sushi.
Maria from Hartsdale, NY
These weren't quite what I expected...I've had them as part of sushi dishes before but not on their own until now. Being inexperienced and on a budget, I thought perhaps they could work as a type of caviar...but the taste and smell are unappealing. They were still fresh, and popped when breaking the outer coating of the egg. They're fairly small. Probably best kept as topping on sushi, only.
Scott from Asheville, NC

Questions and Answers

Q:May I ask. I have bought 4 types of tobiko for 3 month use without knowledge. How may I store these roe for this type of use for Saturday Sushi only. They need to last with my fish order of 90 days in freezer.
A:Tobiko caviar can be kept frozen for around3-4 months.
Q:How long do the eggs stay fresh?
A:Best if kept frozen before use. An unopened jar or tin may be kept in the refrigerator for 10 days to 2 weeks. An opened jar or tin of caviar can be stored in the refrigerator, covered, for no longer than two or three days.
Q:What is the difference between SKU 1503704 and SKU 1512201
A:The Tobiko Orange Caviar will have larger eggs than the Tobico Capelin Caviar, a crunchier texture and a slightly more flavorful profile.
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