Chum Salmon Caviar - Oncorhynchus keta
Chum Salmon Caviar comes from the Chum Salmon subspecies. It is also known as Keta Salmon throughout the world. The Chum Caviar (also known as Keta Salmon Caviar) is a larger grain Salmon Roe compared to other salmon caviars. Chum Salmon is caught throughout the North Pacific Ocean, especially in Alaska. The season for Chum Salmon ranges from June to September. Chum Salmon Caviar is the most popular Red Salmon Caviar for use in Japanese Sushi restaurants. When you Buy Chum Salmon Caviar Online from us it will arrive in a frozen state in order to guarantee quality. We recommend thawing the Salmon Caviar in the refrigerator in order to preserve the quality of the Salmon Roe. All Red Salmon Caviar can be preserved in a residential freezer for 3 months and in a refrigerator for 30 days.
- Wild Caught Chum Salmon Caviar
- Made in Alaska.
- Grade No 1.
- Ingredients: Chum Salmon Roe, Salt.
- No Additional Preservatives.
- Color: Orange.
- Egg firmness: Soft Shell.
- Size: 7-9 mm Diameter Grain.
- Salt Content: 3.2%.
- Taste & Smell: no smell or aftertaste, great flavor.
- Consistency: Very Dry (1/5 on leakage).
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.