Recipes for Beluga Caviar – Vancouver
Looking for other ways to eat your beluga caviar right here in Vancouver? Well, there are plenty of different ways that you can do so!
Lemon Capellini with Caviar
One way to do so is with pasta, which is exactly what Ina Garten has done. She chose capellini pasta, which is thinner than spaghetti but not as thin as angel hair pasta. She used lemon zest and lemon juice to give the pasta a sour taste that goes very well with the salt in the caviar.
Maybe you’re looking for something different? Perhaps something to serve at a party, not as a main course. Well, Michael Symon’s recipe uses 2 tablespoons of beluga caviar for his eggs with caviar recipe. He uses sour cream, chives and capers to put on the egg. The caviar is placed on top. It’s a good alternative to serving the caviar on blini.
Smoked Salmon and Caviar Finger Sandwiches
A light snack recipe is using caviar to spice up a smoked salmon finger sandwich. Again, this is perfect for parties. The recipe uses cream cheese and capers as a spread for the bread. The smoked salmon is placed on next, topping it with the caviar, shallots and dill.
The recipe may call for Avruga caviar, but it works really well with beluga as well.
Or maybe you’re looking for something different? Vancouver foodies are always on the lookout for something different, right?
Well, this recipe by Emeril Lagasse might just be what you’re looking for. It’s a Caviar Pie recipe. The name might be a little misleading, however. It’s not quite a pie filled with caviar. The main feature is actually herb cream cheese and an egg salad on a pie crust. But the beluga caviar does serve as the centre of this dish, with chives, onions and capers acting as garnish around the caviar.
Are you in Vancouver and looking for beluga caviar for these recipes? Then you should check out our online store and our stock of beluga caviar.