Caviar Preparation

How to garnish and what to serve with caviar.

  • The true caviar gourmets believe that the best way to eat and serve the fish eggs is without any additions, simply caviar and that is all. They think that only in this way nothing can prevent you from feeling this highly appreciated flavor, and garnish, at the same time, can affect the taste of caviar. However, what to eat or not to eat with it is a matter of taste. If you think that the taste of caviar is too intense, there are certain additions to go with this delicacy.
  • Caviar is often presented on lightly buttered or dry toasts, and unsalted crackers or bread. You can also use the traditional Russian way and eat it with Russian pancakes called blini.
  • There are some traditional garnishes for caviar: sour cream, fresh herbs, chopped onions and crumbled, hard-boiled eggs. Trying them as the addition to the fish eggs can improve your caviar-eating experience.
  • The most expensive way to serve caviar is to put it on oysters. The most unexpected product you can present with caviar is white chocolate. The thin round pieces of sweet dessert are a kind of bed for caviar, which is, embellishing a dish, laying on the top of chocolate, and looks like a small blackberry.
  • The only thing you have to keep in mind is that caviar is supposed to be the pièce de résistance of the meal. Add not a lot of it, but make it the real Queen of feasts. Otherwise, there is no sense serving caviar at all!
  • If you’d like to try some caviar, we encourage you to check out the Imperial Osetra Caviar or Polanco Siberian Reserve Sturgeon Caviar.

 

  • Bon appetite!