You'll find Capelin caviar topping many Japanese sushi rolls and nigiris. Also known as Masago in Japanese cuisine, the eggs from the Capelin fish, found in the cold Atlantic and Artic Oceans, are small and crunchy. It's used to replace Tobiko caviar, or flying fish roe. The natural color of Capelin caviar is golden, but it's often dyed and flavored - black capelin caviar is tinted with squid ink, green with wasabi and red with beet. Order from our great selection of Capelin caviar at Gourmet Food World!
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