Caviar Albino


Caviar Albino

Type of Fish: Sterlet Sturgeon

Color of the Caviar: Albino (likely a pale, golden hue)

Caviar Albino is a rare and exquisite selection from the Sterlet sturgeons, a slow-growing species that reaches maturity at ten years of age. Renowned for its exceptional quality, this caviar offers a petite egg size, delivering a luxurious and delicate experience. The Albino Sterlet Caviar is celebrated for its rich, creamy flavor and smooth, buttery texture that melts effortlessly in the mouth. The taste is subtly complex, with a refined nutty hint and a touch of sweetness, free from any overpowering fishy taste. Its mild, fresh aroma, reminiscent of a gentle ocean breeze, enhances the overall sensory experience, making it a delightful addition to any gourmet dish. This caviar is a perfect choice for those who appreciate the finer things in life and seek a product that epitomizes sophistication and quality.

Nutrition Value (per 100 g):

- Energy: 444 Kj
- Fats: 5.7 g
- Saturated Fatty Acids: 1.3 g
- Carbohydrates: 0.80 g
- Sugars: 0.00 g
- Fiber: 0.00 g
- Protein: 12.90 g
- Salt: 3.00 g

How to use it:

1. Caviar on Blinis:
- Ingredients:
- Blinis (small Russian pancakes)
- Sour cream
- Chopped fresh chives
- Caviar Albino
- Instructions:
1. Warm the blinis slightly in a pan or oven.
2. Add a dollop of sour cream on each blini.
3. Top with a spoonful of Caviar Albino.
4. Garnish with chopped chives.
5. Serve immediately as an elegant appetizer.

2. Caviar and Scrambled Eggs:
- Ingredients:
- Eggs
- Butter
- Salt and pepper
- Caviar Albino
- Fresh chives (optional)
- Instructions:
1. Beat the eggs in a bowl and season with a pinch of salt and pepper.
2. Melt butter in a pan over low heat.
3. Add the eggs and cook gently, stirring constantly to create creamy scrambled eggs.
4. Once cooked, transfer to a plate and top with a generous spoonful of Caviar Albino.
5. Garnish with fresh chives if desired and serve immediately for a luxurious breakfast or brunch option.