Friday, March 23, 2012

Caviar Galore- How to Eat and Serve Caviar



                                                                                 
Caviar is a luxury delicacy consisting of processed, salted and non fertilized sturgeon roe or in layman's term it is a mass of unfertilized fish eggs.The most expensive caviar comes from the servuga, beluga and osetra varieties of fish eggs.If you have important guest or throwing a party for your friends, don't forget to serve caviar on your list of menus to  impress them.Kaluga caviar is the best to serve fresh as an appetizer or as a garnish for soup, salad, fish,  pasta or in sushi preparation.

Caviar galore.com is a good sturgeon caviar store and definitely the best place to buy online.They sell the finest quality Sturgeon Caviar like Beluga, Hackleback, Kaluga,Osetra and Sevruga at an affordable price.Order can be made directly from the site and will be shift the following day.

How to eat and serve caviar

  • Caviar should be serve cold.
  • Take the caviar out of the refrigerator 10-15 minutes before serving.  
  • Always served caviar in a fine porcelain dish  or just keep it on the original jar or tin, on a bed of crushed ice.
  • Use enamel spoon, mother of pearl, wood, plastic but never on a metallic or silver spoon or it will create an unwanted metallic taste.
  • Serve caviar as an entree or appetizer course.
  • To appreciate the texture and flavor of caviar,  burst the eggs with the tip of your tongue against your palate to release the flavor in your mouth.
  • Caviar should be scooped vertically from top to bottom to avoid crushing the eggs.
  • Take only 1 -2 teaspoonfuls of caviar  when served  as an hors d'oeuvre.
  • If caviar is passed to you in a bowl,serve a teaspoonful onto your plate.It is consider incorrect to take large portions at a single time.
  • Eat simply.You can spread a teaspoon over a toasted bread or cracker.
  • Don't add spices like salt, pepper or herbs to caviar. 
  • An ice cold vodka is best the best drink for fresh caviar because of its neutral taste.but some prefer a glass of champagne.It depends on your preference.Try to avoid drinks that will overwhelm the flavor of the caviar.
  • Consume uneaten caviar within 3 days of opening. 











33 comments:

  1. Now you made me crave. We so love caviar! I serve it over bread and pasta...if it isn't so expensive we'll have it twice a week! lol (takaw no?) ;) Happy weekend thess!

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  2. never tried this but it looks good ;)

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  3. Oh no, this must be very expensive considering that it is not easy to collect those tiny eggs, very interesting !

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  4. Ang shala naman kainin ng caviar. Kelangan pa talaga porcelana ang plato. At bawal ang PG...kelangan konti lang ang kagatin. Natuwa naman ako sa listahan. Dami ko natututunan. Pagmaypagkakataon na makain ako nito, di na ko magmukhang jologs kasi marunong na ko kung pano. Salamat sa post na ito. :)

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  5. I haven't eaten that in my life

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  6. This post reminds me of my father who really like to eat fish eggs. Now, I know there's caviar sold. Someday, I'll try this one and I'll remember this list in this post. Sosyal pala ito eh.

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  7. Anything coming from the sea...I don't eat it raw. But his might be great for people who like to eat raw fish as well...like the Japanese food fans.

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  8. tried b4 but won't indulge in it...kawawa naman ung mga eggs...

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  9. I tried eating caviar twice. I just dont know why it is so precious and expensive. Ill rather eat isang buong lechon, kesa sa caviar. Hehehe. O nilagang itlog na lang. :)

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  10. caviar + bread..mmmmmmm...very yumm!!!!

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  11. This is so mouth watering! I've just eaten my dinner, yet, this post leads me to go back to the kitchen. ;-)

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  12. d pa ako nkatikim nyan..san ba yan mabibili

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  13. the last time i ate caviar I didn't quite like it haha! :)

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  14. i'm allergic to fish, so can't have caviar. but in Sweden I ate something in tubes bigger than the huge toothpaste tubes and my host said it is caviar. maybe just flavor or something.

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  15. I've never eaten caviar as far as I know, save for the orange fishies in the maki. :)

    I wonder what this would taste like?

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  16. Caviar looks so posh! But too bad its way expensive for my taste. Hope there'll be an event that serves one. haha :))

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  17. masarap? never pa ata ako kumain nyan! ang dami rules and guidelines! sosyal! :)

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  18. I love caviar! I usually eat it with french bread. It just pop in your mouth and the saltiness makes you wanna eat more.

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  19. Honestly, I haven't tried caviar and this is the first time I've ever heard of it! A very interesting-looking food... I want to give it a try! :-)

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  20. hala ito pla ung sobrang mahal at controversial caviar mommy tess,,, i have watched documentaries about black market of caviar kc nga may kinukunan ng caviar,,,, ung sturgeoun fish ba un? na endangered na

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  21. I've not eaten or even tasted this unfertilized fish eggs a.k.a. caviar. This is the first that I know this. I could imagine its rarity and its price is too high.

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  22. I haven't tried eating caviar yet. Hope someday I get to try it.. :D

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  23. Ang pagkaing pangmayaman hahaha.

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  24. Oh my I know I have tried this one,maybe it does not taste so pleasant like what I'm hearing about it that's why I can't remember the taste! Hope to try it again soon...

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  25. yum yum.. but expensive hahahaha.. pwede bang itlog na lang ng bangus hahahah

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  26. Woa! It looks like a grapes! Haven't tried this. Hope this taste good! :)

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  27. wow... great tips and suggestions... though i never tried it, but through your specific illustration, it is as if i already tasted one. thanks. Yahweh bless.

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  28. Like balut, I heard that caviar is an acquired taste. Di ko pa nga lang na try.

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  29. Aww. Caviar!! I haven;t tasted it before but I can imagine bursting eggs in between my palate and tongue . hehe very nice post! I am sure this is expensive in the Philippines. :)

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  30. Interesting! It's so expensive here in the Philippines. But in the movies I watch the rich feed those to their dogs lang.

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  31. For those watching their cholesterol and salt intake, caviar should be reserved as a rare treat as it is high on both counts.

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  32. This made me crave for caviar. We just ate it last last month, together with some bread. The family just loved it (except for my cousin). It's kinda rare because its expensive here in PH.

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  33. wow! sosyal!..kelan kaya ako makaktikim nyan?..I always see and hear that in Lifestyle and food channel..

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