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    Default Fried salmon eggs

    My second oldest wanted to try some fried salmon eggs. I agreed to cook him some to try.

    We went all out and rolled them in flour with some pepper and garlic powder.

    Put them in a tortilla with cheese and .......yum.

    Dont expect that I will do it again but I am glad I finally tried them.

    To me they tasted like fish with the texture of rubber. Taste was fine though.
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    Default Wow...

    Knock yourself out brother, I'll pass on that one.

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    Were they Chum eggs? cause we know how much you loooooooove them chummy yummies.
    Quote Originally Posted by RMiller View Post
    My second oldest wanted to try some fried salmon eggs. I agreed to cook him some to try.

    We went all out and rolled them in flour with some pepper and garlic powder.

    Put them in a tortilla with cheese and .......yum.

    Dont expect that I will do it again but I am glad I finally tried them.

    To me they tasted like fish with the texture of rubber. Taste was fine though.

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    That was funny Anglette.

    They were Red Salmon eggs. Premium stuff.
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    i like them little orange eggs on sushi,,, them things are good!!
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    Unhappy ooops

    I just threw up in my mouth... .. ok, it's gone now...

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    Default >>>------>

    If he shows interest in Milt Sacks you may want to consider counseling

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishSean View Post
    If he shows interest in Milt Sacks you may want to consider counseling
    I have heard of frying those too. I told the kids you dont eat those !!!
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    This is a good one, I just about spit my sandwich all over the computer.

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    Default has any body tryed

    the heart from a salmon it will beet for 10 minutes after you bonk a fish and cut it out of the fish its kinda weird and tastes like yuck

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    Default Caviar on the run...

    I had Mike O'Neal of Kodiak ATV Adventures save red eggs for me my last evening on Kodiak. I hauled them back down to FL checked inside my luggage that had been beared out (US postal service) so that I had room for extra fish that exceeded my two checked boxes. I insulated all of it in a set of winter foul weather gear a Coastie gave me.

    I ran the skeins (tough one, they were small eggs) and put up a single jar that ran 8 oz. That same jar goes with me this pm when I depart FL to bring in my wife's 60th at Bugsy Sielgal's place in Vegas. My FL friends come in Thur. afternoon and will meet me poolside as we take them down on water crackers spread with soft cream cheese.

    It's all about the plan, and the flavor of AK follows me everywhere...

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    Default Nasty

    What a waste of good bait!!

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    Default Those small orange crunchy eggs...

    are typically from flying fish (I live on Kauai and we have the BEST place on the planet for sushi/sashimi; Kintaro's) Anyone get to Kauai, get in touch with me; we'll go. I'm always looking for a reason to go there!
    BTW, I hate those chum eggs; at the same place one time we tried those-----yuk! They were like eating (trying) flem covered ball bearings (not that I ever tried those either); unbelievably horrible and I can't believe people pay for that!
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    Remove eggs from the sein, put in a jar with lemon juice and salt, and enjoy on bagels with cream cheese.

    I've tried fried roe, fish flavored mini super balls.

    A friend gave us some fried milt, actually not that bad.

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    Default here's a way to try them...

    Try them in scrambled eggs. Break the skeins into the smallest pieces possible (single eggs, if you can)...then toss them into scrambled eggs when they're almost all of the way cooked. The heat from the (chicken) eggs will cook the (salmon) eggs quickly.

    Delicious...it's really the only way I like salmon eggs. I'm not a caviar fan.

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    Default Any special handling requirements?

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul H View Post
    Remove eggs from the sein, put in a jar with lemon juice and salt, and enjoy on bagels with cream cheese.

    I've tried fried roe, fish flavored mini super balls.

    A friend gave us some fried milt, actually not that bad.
    I love caviar and have always wanted to try red salmon roe. Do you have any special recipe for how much salt/lemon juice? Do you refrigerate them?
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    I put the seperated eggs into a quart mason jar, juice of one lemon and salt to taste. You definately need to refrigerate them. We get so much roe from dipnetting it seems a waste not to turn some of it into cavier.

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    Default Very cool

    I'm headed to the Russian tomorrow. I'll definitely give it a try if I catch any females.
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    I would call this thread a success. Good info being exchanged here.
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    call it what you want, i refuse to eat bait! haha
    what next, fried worms?

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