Tobiko caviar is considered a special Japanese delicacy. Translated from Japanese, it means flying fish caviar. Tobiko caviar is a popular ingredient in Japanese cooking and a valuable caviar for sushi. In Japan, caviar is added to salads, first and main courses as a spectacular decoration, and is also used as a full-fledged dish. Outwardly, it is very similar to capelin caviar, but in fact these are two completely different products that have many differences in taste properties. Tobiko is incredibly rich in vitamins such as A, C, D, E, PP, as well as B vitamins.
Tobiko JS raspberry caviar has a small size, delicate and sweetish taste, bright color and crispy texture. Tobiko JS caviar is ideal for so-called inside-out Californian rolls, adds a bright and appetizing look to sushi, gunkans, nigiri, and also decorates salads, sauces and side dishes. Tobiko JS orange caviar will be a bright decoration for European and fusion dishes. It will add Asian notes to omelettes, salads, soups, sauces, diversify appetizers and brighten the serving of restaurant dishes.