KANIKA EBIKO ORANGE is a variation of capelin fish roe that is selected by Kanika due to its great texture and wonderful taste that speaks premium for itself. Ebiko is actually Shrimp roe, sometimes translated as "Shrimp Flakes"; the eggs are smaller and generally a darker orange than Tobiko. ..
S/CAPELIN FISH ROE (ORANGE), we also call it masago/ebiko. Capelin are part of the smelt family, so you will sometimes see this on menus called "smelt roe". Masago are smaller and colorful. Masago makes a really great garnish, especially for adding color to rolls, but I generally prefer to eat it in..
S/HERRING FISH ROE RED is a variation of fish roe that is selected by Kanika as a great alternative for Ebiko. Kazunoko (数の子), or herring roe, are tiny fish eggs in their enclosing skein. This caviar is a popular delicacy for Japanese New Year’s Feast (Osechi Ryori). Since kazunoko,..
TOBIKO ORANGE is a variation of flying fish roe that is selected by Kanika due to its great texture and wonderful taste that speaks premium for itself. Tobiko (とびこ) is the Japanese word for flying fish roe. It is most widely known for its use in creating certain types of sushi. The eggs are lar..