Cheese and Crackers with Seaweed "Caviar"
What is caviar? Caviar is a food containing salt-cured roe. Caviar price is usually very expensive. Other types of caviar include beluga caviar, cowboy caviar, and black caviar.
You can make seaweed "caviar" using Seagreens Culinary Ingredient.
What is caviar anyway? Caviar is a food containing salt-cured roe and is considered a delicacy in many countries.
However, as we all know, the caviar price is exorbitant.
For example, beluga caviar is from the roe (or eggs) of the beluga sturgeon and costs about $400 per kilogram.
Cowboy caviar is much more affordable. However, it's not caviar per se… it’s a salad with black-eyed peas lightly pickled in a vinaigrette-style dressing, often eaten as a dip accompaniment to tortilla chips.
There’s also velvet caviar, black caviar, and many more.
Seagreens Culinary Ingredient
How to Make
Add two teaspoons of Seagreens Culinary Ingredient to a small bowl with four teaspoons water.
Let it stand for one hour.
The seaweed will soak up the water and become tiny, delicious balls of salty umami-flavoured jelly. This is because of the natural alginate in the seaweed.
The "caviar" can be used to garnish all types of dishes. It looks beautiful on petits fours and will be a great conversation topic at your next dinner party or barbecue.
The mixture can also be added to rissoles and meatloaf. It adds beautiful flavour and makes the meat deliciously moist.