American Golden Caviar
If you’re a fine food enthusiast, look no further than our delightful assortment of American Golden caviar! Harvested from Whitefish native to the Great Lakes, these delicate beads are characterized by their crisp texture and diminutive size. As the name indicates, Whitefish roe boasts a soft golden color making it an impressive garnish to countless dishes. With a subtle fruity flavor and a clean refreshing finish, Golden Caviar is widely appealing to most palates, making it the perfect introduction for those new to the world of caviar.
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Both elegant and flavorful American Golden caviar is also easy on the pocketbook, making these delightful eggs ideal for use when catering large events. Thanks to a crisp texture and a pleasant pop, we love to add Whitefish roe to “soft” dishes like pasta, boiled potatoes, or a lightly grilled fish. The perfect garnish to canapés or salads, Golden caviar adds elegance, visual appeal, and textural interest. While caviar is undeniably glamorous, it’s also surprisingly low maintenance. However, there are several things to keep in mind to ensure you’re getting the best out of your edible investment. Avoid pasteurized caviar. Buy only fresh roe to ensure you’re getting a product that tastes great. Because caviar must be eaten within three days after its opening, it’s wise to take a moment to gauge how much caviar you need. A good rule of thumb is about 1-2 ounces per person. Once your caviar has arrived, place it in the coldest part of your fridge and keep it there until the day you’re ready to serve. Some even recommend nestling it into a bowl of ice, within the fridge, to ensure it stays cold enough. Keep it refrigerated until just a few minutes before serving or using it to garnish. This will keep your caviar cold and allow your guests to taste it at its best. Try adding this delicious American Golden caviar to a number of dishes for a refreshing bite of the sea!
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