Mouthwatering Nutritious Caviar Treat with Smoked Salmon

Get your apron on! We are going to prepare a delicious and mouthwatering caviar meal within 30 minutes. Caviar, salt-cured fish eggs can make your breakfast, lunch or dinner an enjoyable supplement of a wealth of nutrition. They are quite easy to be used in simple recipes.

Why should you add caviar to your meal?

Before rushing into cooking, let’s see the benefits of consuming caviar. Caviar has a long spanning history for its luxurious touch that the noble have consumed it in their daily meals. This vitamin A abundant delicacy gives you healthy eyes and improves your vision. Vitamin A also suppresses the instance of carcinogens in your body so that it lowers the development of cancer cells. Keep your skin bright and tight by adding caviar to your dish. Your body benefits from vitamin A in multiple ways as such. Caviar is a good supplement of potassium to your body. Potassium effectively lowers your blood pressure and counteracts development of kidney stones by calcium build-up. Caviar is based on fish. Rings a bell? Like most other fish based foods, caviar meals are also rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 supports your brain function in numerous ways and also keeps your heart healthy. It is vital to maintain the level of omega-3 in your body so consume fish, preferably caviar. Another nutrient you find in caviar is vitamin D, which supports your immune system to protect you from viral attacks. It also helps your body metabolize certain minerals. These black beads are a good source of hemoglobin to your body. Hemoglobin molecules are responsible for distribution of oxygen throughout your body. Buy caviar, it’s not as expensive as you think.

So why wait? Let’s make today’s special Finger Sandwiches with Smoked Salmon and Caviar.

What you need to collect (ingredients)

  • Crackers or bread
  • freshly ground black pepper
  • 100g/3½oz of cream cheese
  • 50g/2oz of Avruga caviar
  • 100g/3½oz of smoked salmon
  • 3 tea spoons of capers, rinsed and chopped
  • butter, for spreading
  • ¼ shallot, finely chopped
  • few sprigs dill

Ready? Let’s cook!

First, mix the cream cheese and the capers and season together with freshly ground black pepper.

Then, butter the bread. Take two of the slices and spread the cream cheese mixture on them. Swiftly top the bread or crackers with smoked salmon, caviar, shallots and dill and then with the remaining buttered bread.

You’re almost there. To serve this heavenly delicacy, slice off the crusts and cut the sandwiches into fingers.

Enjoy a quickly made power pack of nutrients tasting every bit of it! After all, it’s not too expensive. Buy caviar now.

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19 Responses

  1. You certainly made a point for caviar. It has a very ta ta reputation. You paired it well with smoked salmon. I live in the Pacific NW. Smoked salmon is plentiful and awesome. It can be a tad expensive, so it is worthwhile to cultivate fisherman who have a smoker. Ha! Boy am I suddenly thinking about champagne. Seriously it was an informative blog and the colors were lovely with the black of the caviar and the coral of the salmon. Nicely done.

  2. Wow! The mix-up of the ingredients makes me want to eat that already. I love smoked salmon – it’s my most favorite fish. Add it to caviar and the finger food will be no doubt amazing!

  3. Sounds really like a ton of benefits can be received by eating caviar..
    I just can’t get the vissual out of my head though that these are fish eggs.
    Ive eaten fish eggs before, either fermented or salted, but not raw.
    Hmmm! think I’d like to try if opportunity comes knocking.

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