Pink Salmon Caviar - 1kg (2.2 lbs) Grade No1
Pink Salmon Caviar - Oncorhynchus gorbusha
Our pink salmon caviar, also known as gorbusha caviar, and has an excellent flavor and satisfying texture that you will be proud to serve at any gathering. With small to medium size grains and a very dry consistency, this roe is suitable for a wide variety of serving methods. Topping crackers or different types of breads, or used as a garnish for fancier meals, the pink salmon caviar for sale at Global Seafoods is sure to impress your guests and delight your taste buds.
- Wild Caught.
- Grade No 1.
- Ingredients: Pink Salmon Roe, Salt.
- Color: Orange.
- Egg firmness: Soft Shell.
- Size: Small-Medium Grain.
- Salt Content: 3.2%
- Taste & Smell: no smell or aftertaste, great flavor.
- Consistency: Medium Dry (1/5 on leakage).
- 1kg (2.2 Lbs).
Originating from the chilly waters of the North Pacific Ocean, humpback salmon is caught wild and processed fresh. If you wish to buy pink salmon caviar online, you have come to the right website. Global Seafoods has an excellent reputation; just read some of our reviews.
We guarantee that each and every product we carry is quality checked before freezing to ensure a perfect taste and good shelf life. Since this roe will come to you frozen, storage is as easy as placing in your freezer until ready to eat. When it is time to enjoy this delicacy, simply thaw the package in your refrigerator, then serve at room temperature.
Since our products sell out very quickly, now is a great time to buy pink salmon caviar. Our prices are the best and our servings are generous. This roe comes in a weight of 2.2 pounds, so there will be plenty to go around. Give Global Seafoods a try today and we're confident you won't be disappointed.
Recommended Serving Method:
It is recommended that all Caviar is thawed in the refrigerator. This is so that there is no damage done to the roe during thawing. Finally we recommend taking the Caviar from refrigeration and serving in room temperature. Caviar can be served in many ways. The most popular method in Russia is on dark rye bread with unsalted butter.