What Is Masago in Sushi?


Masago is the roe of the capelin fish. This tiny fish is very common in the northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Masago is a common ingredient in sushi because it's available in large quantities and the fish is sustainable.
Q&A Related to "What Is Masago in Sushi?"
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Masago is an Icelandic caviar. Masago is the roe from the smelt fish. Thanks!
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