Home Cured Caviar

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Home Cured Caviar

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Don't short yourself or dishonor your catch. This is much easier than it looks and can wow the crowd.
Those egged out salmon and browns have some other jewels aboard this time of year.

http://www.homebrewchef.com/CuringSalmonRoe.html

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Serve on a toasted baggete, sliced cucumber, slice of smoked salmon, Creme freche or sour cream and top with your caviar.

Enjoy!
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Do you have to do anything special to the eggs after removal or are they good to go as is? Never tried it. ( imported or domestic )

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Cure them as done in the homebrewchef link at the top. I then put it in sterilized jelly jars and keeps for up to two weeks.
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Had an unexpected gift in a Hen laker taken January 17th and I cured them again as in the recipe above .......Delicious Tasty Treat ;)

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Do they pop when you eat em?
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That's what makes e'm special! and a very delicate flavor too!
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Can't wait to try this one the next time I am gifted with a roe.

http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/gril ... -trout-roe
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I gotta try that.
Catch and serve with lemon.
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