06 Sep Try These 3 Easy Caviar Appetizers!
Recipes Using Caviar: 3 Easy Caviar Appetizers
The great thing about caviar is that you don’t need a lot to make a statement. As our global community shrinks and the spectrum of interest in caviar broadens, more people are wanting to experience this luxury food. Presenting a tray of appetizers topped with this delicacy has the power make a mundane dining event a little more memorable. As a result, people are getting more creative about using caviar in recipes. So, go ahead and wow your guest at the next party or impromptu gathering of friends with these three easy appetizer recipes using caviar.
Salmon and Black Caviar – Create a major wow factor with this super elegant surprisingly simple appetizer recipe using caviar as the main feature. You can buy caviar online and most of the accessories for this show stopper that will have your friends salivating until your next event.
For this easy recipe with caviar you will need a package of sliced smoked salmon, a jar of black caviar such as the super economic Black Bowfin Roe Caviar or even Black Truffle Caviar, a package of crème fraiche and fresh herb of your choice for garnishing.
Begin designing this appetizer by forming salmon slices into small cones. Fill the cone shaped salmon with crème fraiche then top with the black caviar. Garnish with your herb selection.
The key to this recipe using caviar is elegance in presentation. Entertaining guru’s from Party Tipz suggest placing these scrumptious appetizers on a spoon or fork and serve them on a beautiful silver tray.
Caviar Topped Deviled Eggs – This recipe with caviar reintroduces an old favorite with a twist. Deviled eggs can be safely described as a party comfort food. Crowning this recipe with caviar immediately heightens its visual and palate appeal. The good news; adding the caviar is the simplest part of this appetizer. And, if you buy caviar online, what could be easier than that?
To make this deviled egg recipe using caviar you will need American caviar, six large week old eggs, two tablespoons sour cream or crème fraiche, half of a finely chopped shallot, two tablespoon minced capers and one tablespoon of minced fresh chives or dill, a dash of cayenne pepper and salt and pepper to taste. For the caviar you can choose from California Royal White Sturgeon or Hackleback Sturgeon Caviar. These ingredients will yield approximately 12 devilled eggs.
To turn your eggs into a gourmet sensation, the chefs from What’s cooking America suggest that it takes only 30 minutes from start to finish. They also recommend centering the yokes in the eggs by storing them on their sides in the refrigerator for at least twelve hours before cooking. Afterwards, hard-cook the eggs by bringing a pan of water to a simmer before gently placing them in the pan. Cook for 8 minutes. Drain the eggs and let them cool off until slightly warm in a bucket of ice water before peeling.
After completely removing the shells; chill the eggs in ice water again. This will retain the vibrant yellow color of the yokes. Carefully slice eggs in half lengthwise and remove the yolks. Using a spatula, push the yolks through a strainer into a bowl. Add the sour cream or crème fraiche, shallot, capers, chives or cayenne pepper and salt and pepper to taste. Blend until creamy. Fold in additional crème fraiche, if necessary, to achieve a buttery consistency. Pipe the egg yolk mixture into the halved egg white shells.
Be sure to use a mother of pearl spoon to top each devilled egg with a dollop of caviar. Refrigerate until ready to serve. You can also purchase the gourmet accessories you need when you buy caviar online.
Kettle Cooked Potato with Caviar
This innovative recipe using caviar takes “easy” to a new level. What could be simpler than topping crisp thin slices of kettle cooked potato chips with a spoonful of crème fraiche and a dollop of caviar. One caveat however; make it your favorite caviar because it is the star of this appetizer.
For this recipe you will need at least two bags of unsalted Kettle Corn Potato Chips, crème fraiche and imported or domestic caviar of your choice.
Toss the chips on you best china platter if you have one. Drop a spoonful of crème fraiche randomly over the chips then top the crème fraiche dollops only with little piles of caviar. For a dramatic finish reserve some of the caviar for chilling on ice nearby.
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