Masago (Capelin Roe) まさご (3.5 oz)
Each package of Fish For Sushi Masago weighs roughly 3.5 ounces.
Masago (Capelin Roe) まさご
Fish For Sushi's Wild Icelandic Masago（まさご）is fished primarily for its "roe", or fish eggs. Capelin roe, typically called Smelt roe, is a popular sushi item that tastes great served with appetizers and is sold under the Japanese name masago.
Health Benefits of Wild Icelandic Masago/Capelin Roe
Eating masago (capelin roe) as a part of a balanced diet can promote overall physical health. Brimming with omega-3 acids, protein, and Vitamins B and D, one spoonful of masago contains only 20 calories.
Wild Icelandic capelin is a "best choice" for masago, as the Icelandic fishery has the least bycatch and the most effective management practices.
Origin: Iceland (Wild)
How to Prepare
Fish For Sushi's masago/capelin roe（まさご) arrives ready to eat. Simply defrost for 3 hours in the refrigerator.