Traditional and simplest presentation for Lakerda. The frozen Lakerda gives you the opportunity to preserve freshness for a long period of time. The frozen big pieces between 1-1.2lb. Lakerda (Salted Bonito), with its 700 years old history, is believed to be one of the oldest and traditional delicatessens of Mediterranean culture. With a family connection (sharing the same last name) Fins specialize in Lakerda. This appetizer is a great way to decorate your dinner tables with rich nutritional values...
Taramosalata is a Greek style caviar spread made from the delicate roe of carp. Krinos Taramosalata uses roe that is naturally cured and aged over one year. It can be served as a dip with vegetables or as a spread on unsalted crackers. No preservatives. No artificial ingredients. Lactose free.
Weight is approximately 6-8 oz for 8 slices. Lakerda is a pickled bonito dish eaten as a meze in the cuisines of the former Ottoman Empire and Greek Empire. Made from one-year-old bonito migrating through the Bosphorus is especially prized. Steaks of bonito are boned, soaked in brine, then salted and weighted for about a week. They are then ready to eat, or may be stored in olive oil. Sometimes large mackerel or small tuna are used instead of bonito. In Greece, lakerda is usually served as a meze, with sliced onion. Lemon juice and olive oil are common but criticized accompaniments. In Turkey it is usually served as meze, with sliced red onion, olive oil and black pepper. It is accompanied with raki.
Slightly Grilled Octopus in Olive Oil is a great way to enjoy exotic seafood. The easy-open cans are great for serving a small portion as a side dish or appetizer. Squeeze a bit of fresh lemon over the top, and enjoy. You can make it even rich with a touch of extra virgin olive oil and parsley. Imported from Spain