What is mills original Kaviar?

What is mills original Kaviar?

Mills Kaviar was launched back in 1952 and is a traditional topping that generations of Norwegians have had growing up. Made of premium cod roe from the Norwegian Sea, matured and beech smoked, gives Mills Kaviar a rich and exciting taste. A great topping for crispbread, rye bread, deviled eggs, and more!

What is Norwegian Kaviar?

A very popular choice for Norwegians, kaviar is a smoked cod roe which is creamed then pumped into tubes. Kaviar goes great on bread or crispbread (knekkebrød). It is convenient to squirt onto bread because of its consistency and because it’s in a tube.

What is cod’s roe?

What is code roe? Aside from delicious, hard roe is the unfertilized eggs of a female cod, and soft roe is the sperm (I know, but stay with us) of a male cod.

How do you eat Kaviar Mills?

The two most common way to eat Swedish kaviar is either with boiled eggs or on sandwiches. When serving with eggs you simple put a little bit of kaviar for each spoon of egg you eat. For many Swedes this is a must when it comes to eating boiled eggs.

What is the most popular snack in Norway?


  1. Knekkebrød. (Crispbread)
  2. Muslibrød med Brunost. (Muesli bread with brown cheese)
  3. Krembolle. (Cream ball)
  4. Skolebrød. (Schoolbread)
  5. Kanelbolle. (Cinnamon bun)

Can mentaiko be eaten raw?

In Japanese cooking, mentaiko is often enjoyed as a side dish to accompany steamed rice (just like pickled vegetables), or as a topping for Ochazuke, or used as filling inside of Onigiri (rice balls). You can eat it either raw or cooked.

Is cod roe the same as caviar?

All fish eggs are technically “roe”, but not all “roe” is caviar. The term caviar only applies to the fish roe in the sturgeon family Acipenseridae. Salmon roe and the roe from whitefish, trout, cod, red caviar, ikura, and tobiko, etc. are considered “caviar subsitutes” and not caviar.

What is kalles made of?

Kalles Kaviar is Sweden’s answer to Marmite. Made from cod roe, it is squeezed out of what looks like a bright blue toothpaste tube and should not be confused with fine Russian caviar.