You have definitely seen this bright and colorful caviar covering the outside of sushi rolls and enjoyed the unique sweet-salty taste of Masago. This caviar is widely used in various dishes of Japanese cuisine, providing not only great taste but also aesthetic pleasure. Sudrablīnis’ Masago caviar comes from capelin - these fish are caught in the cold waters of the North Atlantic off the coast of Iceland. The caviar of these fish is naturally bright orange in color and very crisp, thus giving the food a great color and texture. Masago caviar is often mixed with Tobiko, which also comes in bright colors, but Masago caviar is much smaller in size. Sudrablīnis’ caviar is produced according to the principles of the highest quality, following all Japanese technologies and traditions, as well as the caviar is used only when it has reached 100% maturity, making it particularly crispy.
Although Masago caviar is used in small amounts, it still contains a fairly wide range of nutrients for low calories and carbohydrates. This caviar is one of the few natural sources of vitamin D, which is an essential element for the normal functioning of the body and brain, as well as bone, teeth and muscle strength. Masago is also a great source of Omega 3 fatty acids, which not only improves heart rate, but also protects cognitive health (good brain function and memory, as well as concentration and a balanced mind), reduces inflammation and helps control weight. Like other seafood, Masago contains a high value of protein, which is necessary for the human body every day to maintain normal cell, tissue and muscle function.
Use the delicious and visually appealing Masago caviar for sushi and rice dishes, as well as to complement the taste of various sauces or vegetable dip sauces.Capelin caviar (lat. Mallotus villosus) 92%, water, sugar, salt, sweet culinary sauce Mirin, soy sauce, preservatives (potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate), thickener - xanthan gum, acidity regulators (acetic acid, citric acid), flavor enhancer - monosodium glutamate, dyes (E151, E110, E102 may adversely affect children's activity and attention).