5 Ways to Eat Green Caviar, The Latest Healthy Food

Food  |  January 04, 2017
  • 1. Pair it with a savoury dip
    1 / 5 1. Pair it with a savoury dip

    Photo and recipes: Meal Belly

    This makes a guilt-free snack, and is easy to prepare.

    To make a Thai chilli dip: In blender, combine one cilantro root, a bunch of mint leaves, five bird’s eye chilli, five green chilli, five cloves garlic, half tablespoon fish sauce and juice from half a lime. Blend, and serve with 20g green caviar.

    To make a miso dip: In bowl, mix one tablespoon miso, two tablespoons water, lemon juice and capers to taste.

    Dips are good for one serving (20g) of green caviar.

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  • 2. Add it to salads
    2 / 5 2. Add it to salads

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    Jazz up your usual salad with a handful of green caviar. It lends an interesting texture, plus a kick of natural saltiness. One serving of green caviar is about 20g. Buy it here.

    (Also read: 5 Salad Bars For A Healthy & Delicious Lunch)

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  • 3. Use it as a topping on canapes
    3 / 5 3. Use it as a topping on canapes

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    Small-sized and easily separated from the stem, green caviar is extremely scalable in terms of portion. Use it as a garnish on canapes or other light bites. The distinct green colour will make any dish pop instantly!

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  • 4. Eat it with ochazuke
    4 / 5 4. Eat it with ochazuke

    Photo and recipe: Singapore Home Cooks

    A simple Japanese dish, ochazuke involves pouring green tea over cooked rice with savoury toppings.

    To make: Steep green tea bag in 250ml hot water for 10 minutes. Add half tablespoon shoyu and one-quarter teaspoon sesame oil. In serving bowl, mix one cup cooked short grain rice with two tablespoons shredded seaweed. Garnish with shredded omelette, shredded pan-fried salmon and green caviar. Pour green tea mixture into bowl and serve immediately.

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  • 5. Make a light, fruity cocktail
    5 / 5 5. Make a light, fruity cocktail

    Photo and recipe: Singapore Home Cooks

    Surprise, surprise. Green caviar works in beverages too! Whip up an impressive-looking cocktail with just these ingredients: green caviar, seedless grapes, chilled soda water, lime sorbet and mint leaves.

    To make: Peel grapes and cut grapes as well as green caviar into desired sizes. Place in tall glass. Pour in chilled soda water. Serve with lime sorbet and garnish with mint leaves.

    (Also read: Try This Healthier Cocktail Recipe With Less Than 200 Calories)

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