This Holiday Season Surprise Your Guests With These Fabulous Caviar Recipes!  

Are you looking for the perfect meal for the Christmas Season? If you’re tired of cooking the same traditional dishes every single year or you’re feeling curious about trying something new, Caviar is the answer. From the fanciest to the most affordable type, Caviar as your meals’ main ingredient will impress everyone. This Christmas Season is the perfect time to add this unique touch to your dinner table. 

Now you’ve made up your mind and chose Caviar for this  Christmas Season, which type of Caviar should you use? Well, it depends on your recipe, flavor preference, and budget. Worry no more, our friends at House of Caviar have a great variety to choose from. Before going into details, let’s remember there are two main categories of Caviar: imported and domestic. Imported Caviar is produced in the traditional regions of the Caspian Sea in Europe, and Domestic Caviar refers to the Caviar harvested, produced, and commercialized in the United States. There are many types to choose from; you can always read more about it online.  

Caviar Recipes

There are up to 27 different fish species and many types of Caviar you can get your hands on. However, the quality and taste of each are various. Some of the most common types of Caviar available in the market are Beluga Caviar, Osetra Caviar, and Kaluga Caviar. These are all from the Imported Caviar family, but if you’re considering American Caviar Paddlefish Caviar or Tobiko Black will always be the top options. 

How to pair and serve Caviar for this Christmas Season? Caviar brings a sense of class and elegance to any social gathering; although Caviar is best done on its own, there are many ways you can present it. The best accompaniments are unsalted crackers toast, blinis crème Fraiche, lemon wedges, minced onions, potatoes, hard-cooked eggs, buttery toast points. And what about the drinks? Champagne and vodka are classic pairings for Caviar. But in the end, it is about what you like the most, and there are plenty of other options that pair just as well. 

So, you’ve chosen the type of Caviar, the accompaniments, and the drinks. Now it’s time to cook! Let’s begin! House of Caviar is sharing three recipe ideas for this Christmas Season, from appetizers to fancy serving. 

Caviar and Crème Fraîche Tartlets

Caviar and Crème Fraîche Tartlets

Ingredients:

12 mini round tart shells
6 tablespoons crème fraîche
Two tablespoons Caviar ( Ossetra or Beluga) 
Two tablespoons thinly sliced chives

First, arrange tart shells on a serving platter. Spoon crème fraîche into a small resealable plastic bag and snip a 1/4″ opening in the corner. Pipe about 1/2 tablespoon crème fraîche onto one side of tart shells and spoon 1/2 teaspoon of Caviar onto the other side. Garnish with chives, serve immediately, and that’s all!

Caviar Recipes

Smoked Salmon Rolls With Vegan Cream Cheese  

Ingredients:

50 g Smoked Salmon
25 g Cream Cheese
15 g Caviar
Dill (for decoration)

These Caviar party appetizers are by far the easiest you’ll find! Layout as many spoons as you would want for your guests. Cut out thin sections of smoked salmon that fit your spoon and fill them with cream cheese. Then, twist the salmon into rolls and place it on your spoon. Top with Caviar and a pinch of dill, and all done!

Caviar Recipes

Four-Layered Caviar Dip  

Ingredients:

Six large hard-cooked eggs
Two tablespoons sour cream
Two tablespoons mayonnaise
1/2  teaspoon kosher salt
1 cup finely chopped red onion, rinsed and dried
8 ounces cream cheese, softened
1/3 cup thinly sliced fresh chives
2 ounces Paddlefish Caviar
Water crackers
Cooking spray

The Four- Layered Caviar Dip is a perfect recipe to set your table with different accompaniments and Caviar! Stir together chopped eggs, sour cream, mayonnaise, and salt in a medium bowl. Lightly grease a 6-inch ring mold with cooking spray. Spoon egg mixture evenly on the bottom of prepared ring mold. Top evenly with onion. Stir together cream cheese and chives in a bowl, and gently spread over the onion. Then, top with Paddlefish Caviar. Refrigerate for 2 hours, unmold onto a serving plate or platter, and serve with crackers.

You won’t run out of ideas this Christmas season; pick your favorite one and surprise your loved ones with a different kind of dinner party. Still want more? You can always check websites like Food and Wine, NYT Cooking, and Yummly for more inspiration. And where to get Caviar? Make sure always to get it from reputable stores like House of Caviar. This Christmas, visit  www.houseofcaviarandfinefoods.com for all your Caviar and Fine Food needs. Enjoy!  

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