Masago is an Iceland harvested flying fish roe that became an inherent part of Japanese cuisine, especially for making and decorating diferent kinds of rolls and sushi.
Some smelt species are common in the North American Great Lakes, and in the lakes and seas of the northern part of Europe, where they run in large schools along the saltwater coastline during spring migration to their spawning streams.
Enjoy the crunchy texture, a bit salty, subtle favor of these small berries and a bright orange color makes it an ideal product to garnish your dishes and adds a delicate taste and a crunchy texture. Sushi lovers appreciate the freshness of this wild roe and love its taste.
Imported from Iceland