Bottarga is dried caviar. Bottarga is made from noble fish such as mullet, tuna or monkfish. The eggs of these fish are stored in a form with sea salt, where the eggs are pressed and dried for several weeks. Bottarga is then covered with beeswax to preserve the aroma. Bottarga has a salty taste with a more pronounced flavor of almonds and fish. Many dishes can be enjoyed with Bottarga. Truffles can be replaced by grated bottarga in an omelette or pasta. Bottarga, like other seafood, is rich in beneficial substances for the human body, contains many minerals and vitamins and omega-3 unsaturated fatty acids.

BOTTARGA DI TONNO - ANTICHI SAPORI DI SICILIA

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  • Many dishes can be enjoyed with Bottarga. Truffles can be replaced by grated bottarga in an omelette or pasta.