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The vegan black caviar tastes even tastier than the original, but comes without animal products. On bread it is ideal for breakfast or as a snack in between. Here I show you how to make vegan caviar yourself. It’s very easy and requires only a few ingredients. A detailed vegan black caviar recipe with exact quantities and step-by-step instructions can be found below.
With real fish flavor and aroma
The secret of this vegan black caviar is algae. They give it the real fish taste and aroma. The algae make vegan caviar taste and smell really like the sea. It’s just like the vegan carrot lox and vegan tuna salad you may have tried.
As seaweed I used sushi nori sheets** for the vegan caviar recipe. Alternatively, wakame or dulse go among other things.
Healthy and delicious fish alternative
Once you’ve tried this vegan caviar, I’m sure you’ll hardly notice any difference from the real thing. It tastes incredibly delicious and is suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
In addition, the vegan caviar is healthy. Because chia seeds contain many vitamins, minerals and nutrients. Sushi nori, which are mainly known from sushi, also provide some vitamins.
How to serve vegan black caviar?
It tastes delicious on a baguette. Spread it with butter and put the vegan caviar on it.
But you can also enjoy it with freshly baked whole wheat bread or with wholemeal bread rolls.
The vegan black caviar is perfect for a hearty breakfast. It is also ideal as a snack in between meals or as a cold appetizer. You can also serve it conveniently at a party.
This vegan black caviar is
- very tasty,
- with real fish taste,
- with taste and smell of the sea,
- with chia seeds,
- without animal ingredients,
- more delicious than real caviar,
- easy and quick to make with a few ingredients,
- ideal on bread for breakfast or as a snack.
Quick vegan black caviar recipe
The vegan black caviar recipe, which you can find here at the end of the post in the recipe box, is very simple and quick. You only need about 10 minutes of your time to prepare it and few ingredients. Sources must but vegan caviar a while.
First, briefly soak sushi nori in water with soy sauce and then puree them.
Then you add chia seeds and linseed oil and let it swell for about half an hour. And your vegan caviar is ready.
How to make vegan caviar: tips and tricks
- Instead of sushi nori sheets, you can use other algae, for example wakame or dulse.
- Store the homemade vegan caviar in a screw-top or canning jar in the refrigerator. You can store it for about five days.
Have you made vegan black caviar yourself using this recipe? I look forward to your result, your star rating and your comment below on how it turned out and tasted.
Looking for more recipe for delicious spreads? Try some more:
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Vegan black caviar
- 75 g chia seeds**
- 2 sheets of sushi nori**
- 40 ml soy sauce**
- 15 ml flax seed oil**
- 140 ml water
- Cut sushi nori sheets into pieces.
- Mix water and soy sauce in a mixing bowl.
- Add the sushi nori and let them soak for about 15 minutes.
- Now puree the mixture in a stand mixer or with a hand blender.
- Add chia seeds and flax seed oil, blend everything and let the mixture soak for 30-40 minutes.
- Transfer the vegan black caviar into a screw jar.
- Instead of sushi nori sheets, you can use other seaweed, for example wakame or dulse.
- Note the detailed tips and tricks for making the vegan black caviar at the top of the post.
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