Recipes of Dishes with Red Caviar

Just a touch of caviar on top adds sophistication to both presentation and taste the deviled egg always needed. Combined with distinct flavor of goat cheese this gourmet hors d’oeuvres

This easy to make in advance d’oeuvre has been a favorite classic for those who love to entertain in style without an effort. It is also a great way to introduce caviar to those who never tried it before.

The recipe is quite simple:

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Result:  12 pieces

red and black caviar with goat cheese deviled eggs

Recipe Ingredients:

6 large eggs,

2 tablespoons creme fraiche or sour cream

1/2 shallot, very finely minced (about 1 tablespoon), or to taste

2 teaspoons capers, finely minced

Salt and pepper to taste

1 tablespoon minced fresh chives or dill

Red or Black Caviar


Step 1

Hard boil the eggs (8min ). Put them under running cold water right after boiling – that will help to separate shell easily and will make the yolks appear yellow. Tip: for the egg whites look uniform after boiling, keep the eggs on the side the night before and place them carefully into simmering water not to disturb the yolk.

Step 2

After eggs cool down slice lengthwise. Scoop up the yolks and mash them in separate bowl, mix in goat cheese, sour cream, finely minced capers and shallot. Mix in herbs and sault and pepper to taste. Mash until smooth texture is achieved

Step 3   

Scoop the mixture of yolks and goat cheese and carefully place it back in the boiled egg whites. To avoid tipping keep the boiled whites on an even surface.

Step 4

Add a touch of red or black caviar on top. Tip: If you are preparing this dish in advance – keep eggs with stuffing in the fridge overnight, add caviar right before serving.

Bon appetit!


Recommended wine pairing: Pinot Grigio   

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Foie gras, slightly chilled can be served with toasted or dried bread, you can go with neutral white bread, or accentuate it with texture of a multigrain, or lightly toasted fruit bread or classic French toasted brioche.    

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Most of the recipes will include the major element – slice your precious Foie Gras, put some salt and pepper on it and fry it slightly from both sides. Frying time varies from a few seconds to a few minutes, depends on the recipe, but the main purpose is to caramelize it from the sides. There are hundreds of recipes of foie gras, most of them are basically suggest how to prepare other ingredients – sauces, garnishes, bread and everything that’s comes with foie gras to make it amazing taste even better.

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Making time is 5 minutes and it’s a good “no-carb” alternative for French baguette or Russian blini with caviar.