- Crunchy texture and clean shine
- Thaw under refrigeration before use
- Keep frozen 0°F or below
- Color comes from FD&C Red #40, FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Blue #1
Tobiko is a Japanese name stand for the Flying Fish Roe, that is harvested from the tropical Flying Fish, its natural color is orange, but to make it more special, people dye the roe with the natural squid ink to obtain the black color.
What does black tobiko taste like?
Mild smoky-salty taste, with a hint of sweet, and crunchy texture
Benefits of black tobiko
Rich in protein, omega-3 fatty acids and other nutrients. You can make it a great addition to your diet, cause black tobiko can help protect the heart and liver, reduce inflammation, and improve learning ability
How to serve black tobiko?
It is common to see tobiko in sushi restaurants, but now you can have your own Black Tobiko at home. With this high-quality flying fish roe in an eye-catching black color, you can use it to garnish sashimi and many types of sushi rolls or serve with raw oysters.
Use for garnishing sashimi, sushi, scallops, lobster and raw oysters to look more expensive and for adding the sea flavor to other dishes of Japanese cuisine. You also can use black tobiko like an ingredient for cold or cooked dishes like pasta, risotto, salads and so on.
Black Tobiko will remain optimal in your refrigerator, unopened, for 4-6 weeks. Once opened, you must consume within 3 days.