Recipe by Jennifer Stretch
"A delicious and sophisticated appetizer."
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hard-cooked eggs, chopped
minced sweet onion
cream cheese, softened
3 1/2 ounces
black lumpfish roe
lemons - cut into wedges, for garnish
parsley, for garnish
This recipe is so popular! It is amazing that people who are hesitant about caviar taste it and are instantly fans!
I would suggest putting the caviar into a paper towel so that any liquid will be absorbed. This way the appearance of the appetizer will be better when you add it.
Good in cold as well as warm weather.
This is a good one!
Quite honestly, this looked a great deal more impressive than it tasted. We liked it fine, but will chose a tastier treat next time we want to splurge.
I think you meant 3 1/2 oz of caviar lol
I changed to above and it was great. Guests loved it as an appitizer
We loved this. it was a quick elegant appetizer that goes great with champagne or a martini. It does make a LOT though
Only one of the best! I add a little yellow mustard to make it a little more devilish ...
My one suggestion is that if you are taking this somewhere ... wait until you get there to add and spread the caviar. It tends to tint the white areas a light gray (and that blows your presentation).
This is a great recipe. Even people who aren't really wild about caviar seem to like it.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Lumpfish Caviar Pie
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 101
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