Herring Milts are full of vitamin D and omega 3 essential fatty acids and are therefore an optimal source of wholesome, natural calories. Vitamin D can help boost your immune system and omega 3 fatty acids can help reduce inflammation, something which it is thought may contribute to the development of heart disease and obesity.
Herring Milts should only be cooked for shortly before being served as they become rubbery if left in the pan too long. The roe should pop out gently from the side of the milt when it is ready to be removed from the pan. Spread the Milts on toast for a tasty and healthy snack!