Semolina caviar is a recipe for cooking Moldovan cuisine, of course, this is not caviar, but you can cook it for breakfast sandwiches. If the herring is lightly salted, then the caviar must be well salted. If there is little salt, then the taste of the fish is lost; after cooking, the caviar must be well cooled in the refrigerator.
Semolina caviar ingredients
Semolina caviar recipe
The recipe for semolina caviar is very simple. Boil thick porridge from semolina and cool. It is necessary to evaporate as much liquid as possible.
Add semolina porridge, finely chopped onion, paprika to the twisted herring and mix well with a fork. Continuing to stir gradually, add vegetable oil. At the end, caviar salt and pepper to taste, if necessary.