What better way to spend quality time with loved ones than over a weekend brunch?
Whether you cook it at home, go out to a favorite local spot, or order-in (thanks COVID), nothing hits quite like a nice, relaxing brunch. Interested in trying out some new recipes at home that will empress your family and friends? Grab a mimosa and keep reading!
It's always a good ides to make use of a star ingredient like caviar to enhance the taste of your dishes. Caviar is the ultimate finishing salt and an immediate flavor enhancer for an array of foods. *A quick tip for success is that it almost always pairs well with carbs and dairy.
Potato pancakes, scrambled eggs, bagel and lox, or savory crepes, just add a dollop of sturgeon caviar for a salty, creamy texture with a complex burst of tastebud joy. Order a high-quality US product like white sturgeon caviar or hackelback today to prepare some mouth-watering delicacies for your next fancy brunch.
Here are a couple recipes with caviar to try for your next weekend brunch:
1. Lobster scrambled eggs with crème fraîche and caviar
Lobster scramble with crème fraîche and caviar is perfect decadence for creative weekend brunches. This ultra-indulgent dish is a treat for your palate. Just ensure to get the highest-quality ingredients. You will need the following:
- Pre-Cooked lobster meat 1 ½ pound
- Large beaten eggs 8
- Milk ¼ cup
- Chopped tomatoes 2 tbsp
- Chopped chives 4 tbsp
- Minced shallots 2
- Crème fraiche 2 tbsp
- Butter 4 tbsp
- Sturgeon caviar 1 tbsp
- Salt and pepper, to taste
Make sure to thaw and strain your lobster if it's frozen/bagged. You can choose to pre-chop your lobster meat for easier incorporation into eggs or leave pieces whole but make sure to lightly warm in the pan just enough so that it's warm throughout.
Grab a large skillet, place on stove top on medium-high heat. Melt the butter then add the tomatoes and shallots. Stir continuously to sauté until the edges become slightly crispy (this should take about 5 to 7 minutes). Add the eggs and scramble as per your liking. Add lobster meat and toss lightly to mix. Now throw on your chives, salt, and pepper.
Serve in 4 bowls, top with a dollop of caviar and crème fraiche. Bon Appetit!
2. Classic Salmon and Caviar on Homemade Blinis
Impress your family and friends with easy to make salmon and caviar blini recipe:
- All-purpose flour 1 cup
- Milk 3/4 cup
- Baking powder 1/2 tsp
- Pinch of Salt ~1/2 tsp
- Large egg 1
- Melted butter 1 tbsp
- Butter for cooking 1 tbsp
- Caviar 1 ounce
- Cold Smoked salmon - 4+ ounces
- Crème fraiche ½ cup
- Your choice of garnishing herbs like Dill or Chives
In a mixing bowl, whisk together flour, baking powder, salt, then mix in milk, melted butter, and egg. Whisk together. Preheat skillet or griddle over medium-high heat. Brush with extra butter. Pour a tablespoon of batter onto the preheated griddle or skillet. *If your batter is slightly too thick to pour, add a tbsp or 2 more of milk.
Flip once bubbles start to form and slightly brown underneath, about 1.5 - 2 minutes. Repeat with the rest of the batter. When done, distribute the salmon, crème fraîche, and caviar onto the blinis. Sprinkle on chopped chives or dill for a pop of contrasting color and flavor.
Serve alongside sparkling wine or light vodka-based cocktail.
Don't feel like making the blinis? We got you covered! You can easily buy French blinis here.