New season These small, soft roe of herrings. Rich and creamy, they are exceptionally good for you as they are full of vitamin D. They are also a favourite when fried.
This is the soft roe of wild Herrings which are rich and creamy and literally melt in your mouth when cooked correctly. The best way is to roll them in seasoned flour and then fry in butter until golden brown.
They are exceptionally good for you as they are full of vitamin D.
Try our two quick ‘on toast’ recipes for a superb appetiser or snack.
The consistency of soft roes is perfect for stout, the slight smokey note just taking the bitterness off the edge of the beer and making it taste wonderfully smooth and velvety.
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