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Kazunoko (Herring Roe)

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  • Kazunoko (Herring Roe) 数の子 | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

    Kazunoko (数の子), or herring roe, are tiny fish eggs in their enclosing skein. This caviar is a popular delicacy for Japanese New Year’s Feast (Osechi Ryori). Since kazunoko, or fish roe, represents eggs and fertility, eating kazunoko is said to bring prosperity of many children and as a prayer for healthy children. It is typically prepared by removing the salt for a day before lightly seasoned in a dashi broth.

    In the US, you can find kazunoko at Japanese grocers like Nijiya at the end of December. You can also find it from online seafood supplier store.

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    Kazunoko (Herring Roe) 数の子 for Japanese New Year's Feast Osechi Ryori | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

    Kazunoko (Herring Roe)

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