Kaviar in Norwegian


Norwegian Caviar-Kaviar Sandwich (above)

Norwegians have enjoyed Kaviar for generations. It is mostly used as a sandwich spread.

Usually, it is made by sugar-salting smoked cod roe, which gives it its unique taste and texture.

This seafood is packaged in convenient tubes for ease of use and storage. The contents weigh 2.7 grams and are 10 centimeters in length (about 7-1/2 inches).

That ends up being meters upon meters and millions of tubes of caviar produced per year in Norway. This delicacy is exported all over the world. I wish Norsk Kaviar in American supermarkets.

Ideas for serving:

Norwegians make open-face sandwiches with whatever sandwich meats, seafood, cheeses, and vegetables they have around. Remember, it MUST be an open-face sandwich.

Kaviar is sometimes served as a topping over sliced hard-boiled eggs on lettuce and thinly sliced English cucumbers.

Really delicious is an open-face sandwich with sliced Norwegian Jarlsberg covering the whole thing decorated with delicious curlicues on top. These sandwiches are made with kvitost and Gouda cheese, that's Gauda ost in Norwegian.

In Norway, we serve open-face sandwiches, not just for parties, but it's normal for everyday food.

These sandwiches are topped with seafood, meats, and cheeses as well as vegetables. Kaviar, mayonnaise, and cheeses are available in convenient tubes. It's easy to make appetizing sandwiches when you have great "tools".

Norwegian Caviar in Norway, we call it Kaviar

The tubes are easy to use for "decorating" open-face sandwiches and/or appetizers.

In Norway, sandwiches are always open face. If you order a sandwich at a restaurant, you will get only one piece of bread, but they make up for the only one slice of bread by loading it up with shrimp (reker) and other tasty sandwich toppings. Next time you visit Norway, make sure to order a shrimp sandwich - it is an event. It's made with a huge mound of delicious shrimp, parsley lettuce with mayo, and thin lemon slices. YUM

Kaviar will liven up sauces, dressings, and gravies and with a tube of Norwegian caviar you can create tasty and attractive canapes with ease.

Spread a blend of pink kaviar, cream cheese; other soft cheeses, and fresh chives or fresh dill on crackers for a quick and tasty snack or appetizers - always be creative.

For lovely hors d'ouvres, cut bread into stars, circles and heart shapes with cookie cutters.

Spread cream cheese or any favorite cheese spread, or place thin slices of white cheese s.a. Jarlsberg on canapés. Use the tube to decorate/garnish along with a sprig of parsley.

Place deviled egg mix on bread or crackers. Garnish with caviar and parsley.

Topping ideas for using caviar for appetizers/canapés

Sliced or whole, green/black olives on toothpicks; thinly sliced fresh/roasted sweet red peppers; sliced green peppers; tomato wedges or grape tomatoes on toothpicks; marinated artichoke hearts; capers, leaf lettuce, lemon leaves, lemon slices, fresh parsley, or dill.

Try egg salad sandwiches with Kaviar added directly to the salad or on top of an open face sandwich with a sprig of parsley or dill. It will make your taste buds "zing".

I recently served my knitting club, "The Knitwits", and we are I might add ha-ha, open face egg salad sandwiches topped with Norwegian Kaviar (caviar) caviar, thinly sliced red onions, sliced scallions, black olives, and grape tomatoes. It was a delicious success - we "knitwitter" loved it, especially the Norwegian caviar. © Copyright 2020
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