Caviar Guide by Marky’s
Japanese cuisine and especially sushi are very popular these days and an inherent part of many sushi types is Tobiko, the Japanese for the Flying Fish roe. This roe is remarkable for its small and even tiny size of the beads with crunchy and firm structure. The Flying Fish Tobiko Caviar flavor is fresh and bright as the color of the caviar that is naturally golden, nevertheless it is often dyed with natural ingredients to bright red, black and green colors.
One of the most popular of them is the bright green Wasabi Flying Fish Roe with tangy notes adding to the pronounced sea flavor of the Tobiko Flying Fish Roe. The Sushi Caviar is used not only for sushi — the continental cuisine chefs also widely use it to garnish their dishes.