American Sevruga Caviar – (Polyodon Spathula) – Commonly known as “Spoonbills,” are a cartilaginous cousin to sturgeons. The caviar is light gray in color and resembles Russian Sevruga Caviar. Serving suggestions for American Sevruga Caviar is placing a dab of caviar on top of bagels and cream cheese or on top of a warm baked potato. Also this caviar may be enjoyed inside a hard boiled egg by replacing the yolk with the caviar. Buy Fresh American Sevruga Caviar below, by clicking on the photo at the size and price you desire.
1 oz. American Sturgeon Caviar / Hackleback
Its small, pearly-gray grains beautifully mimic the silky, melts-on-your-tongue texture and fresh fish flavor of its Caspian Sea cousins.